Southamptonís Iconic grassroots music venue

NME Ė BEST SMALL VENUE 2013

141 St Mary St, Southampton SO14 1NS

The Joiners Reopens at Standing Capacity from July 19th, see you down here!

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CARL BARAT - REVIVE LIVE!
OCTOBER DRIFT
WILLY MASON
KNUCKLE PUCK + HOT MULLIGAN AT THE 1865
THE K'S
MELT BANANA
DEATH BLOOMS AT HEARTBREAKERS

Now celebrating our 52nd year as a live music venue

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