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King Tuts to close temporarily as country steps up fight against COVID-19

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King Tuts to close temporarily as country steps up fight against COVID-19


After a flood of cancellations caused by the coronavirus outbreak, legendary venue King Tuts has announced that it is to close its doors until further notice.

The venue, which started as a music venue in 1990 and branded the Best UK live venue by Radio 1, says the reason for closure is for the safety and welfare of staff, customers and music acts.

King Tuts released the following statement below

We have taken the decision to close King Tuts Wah Wah Hut until further notice with all March shows either rescheduled or in the occasional instance, cancelled.

The safety and welfare of staff, artists and music fans is always our top priority and we are constantly monitoring the recommendations set out by the Scottish and UK Governments.

All shows due to take place at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut until 31st March are currently being rescheduled and well be in contact with ticket holders for any affected events directly.

We offer our support to all music venues and artists at this time and we look forward to seeing you all in Tuts soon for a pint and some amazing music.

It is unknown when the venue will reopen, or if other venues will follow suit.

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