Andrew WK announces London show

It'll be his first live gig in over four years

Andrew WK announces London show
Andrew WK is playing his first gig in over four years next month.

The singer, who is performing his first ever motivational talk the night before at Madame Jojo's, London (September 19), will headline the Astoria 2 the following night (September 20).

The former NME cover star's gig at the PUSH nightclub promises a set jam-packed full of his party anthems including 'It's Time To Party' and 'Party Hard'.

Andrew WK said of the show: "I'm thrilled and honored [sic] to have the opportunity to give a special solo performance at this London party mash-bash! It will be the first time I've ever done a live party performance in the UK, and I anticipate a full-tilt slide."

He added: "GO! NOW, UP IT!!! I offer this invitation to all who made read it: COME TO THIS PARTY, DO YOUR THING UNTIL YOU CAN'T DO IT ANYMORE, AND GIVE US A SMILE - I WILL DO THE SAME, AND WE'LL GO AWAY HAPPY. Here I come!"

To check the availability of Andrew WK tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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