London gig-goers warned of disruption ahead of tube strikes tomorrow

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Several shows could be affected, including The Offspring, Courteneyers and Daisy Freer

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Last night (November 26) Gig-goers in London have been warned of major disruption as Tube workers prepare to go on strike.

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The Piccadilly, Jubilee, Victoria, Central and Northern lines will all be affected as drivers prepare to take industrial action over claims the new Rotas will make their work-life balance difficult, reports mixmag,

Transport for London (TfL) warned of “serious disruption” and claimed they were “extremely disappointed” that the attacks would proceed.


The planned walkout begins at 4 a.m. GMT on Friday and will last for 24 hours.

The offspring are due to perform at SSE Wembley Arena Credit: Getty

The move could affect a number of music festivals in the capital, including The Offspring’s show at the SSE Arena in Wembley, the Courtenaars’ concert at O2 Brixton Academy, Daisy Freyer’s gig at the O2 Kentish Town Forum, Kraftwerk’s in Lexington. Former member Wolfgang Fler’s show is included. and Gabrielle at the O2 Arena.

Lines including the Bakerloo, Circle, District, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith & City lines will continue to run as normal, however, with other lines not running, it is likely that these lines will be busier than usual.

Further attacks are planned on the Central and Victoria lines over the weekend and further attacks on various lines are planned for the next weekend and next month.

You can find out more and get updates on the TfL website, Here,


Meanwhile, The Offspring will conclude its UK tour with further dates at SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Saturday (27 November), AO Arena, Manchester on Monday (29 November) and Leeds First Direct Arena on Tuesday (30 November).

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