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EXTC – XTC’s Terry Chambers & Friends

Sunday, April 3, 2022
Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:30pm

Per New York City’s new guidance, beginning August 13 Sony Hall will be requiring all guests, staff & musicians to have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine to enter.

Proof of vaccination may include your physical CDC card, photo of your CDC card, NYC Covid Safe App, or the NYS Excelsior Pass. Children under 12 – who cannot be vaccinated – must wear masks.

In addition to the vaccination policy, New York City continues to encourage masks for all indoor gatherings, except while you are actively eating and drinking.

General Admission
• $30 Advance / $40 Day of Show
• Limited Seating Available First Come, First Served

VIP Reserved Seating
• $59.50 Advance / $70 Day of Show
• Includes Guaranteed Seating in Designated Section

• Full Dinner Menu Available
• All Ages

Making Plans for Nigel… Senses Working Overtime… Life Begins at the Hop… Mayor of Simpleton… Generals and Majors… Dear God… Sgt. Rock… XTC is one of the UK’s most revered and influential bands. While XTC are no more, their legacy has passed to EXTC − the band of legendary XTC drummer, Terry Chambers. For the ultimate stamp of approval, the band comes with the support of XTC leader, Andy Partridge.

Hot on the heels of a storming headline appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival, EXTC perform a full set of XTC classics, from their adrenalized early anthems through to the psychedelia-infused rock of later albums. And you can expect the band to deliver the same fire seen in XTC’s gigging heyday, which included worldwide tours with The Police and Talking Heads.

Terry Chambers is one of the world’s most respected drummers. The driving force of XTC and EXTC, his unique rhythms propel tracks like Making Plans for Nigel, Senses Working Overtime and Generals and Majors. Joining Terry in EXTC are Steve Tilling (vocals, guitar, ex-TC&I, the band of XTC’s Colin Moulding and Terry Chambers), Steve Hampton (guitar, vocals) and Matt Hughes (bass, vocals). Artists worldwide – including They Might Be Giants, Blur, Kaiser Chiefs, Everything Everything and Franz Ferdinand – cite XTC as a major influence.