On a hot summer evening underground in London’s coolest music venue, was an unforgettable night hosted by Converse and schuh as the 100 club played host to the Klaxons. The boys to this very select crown on an electronic adventure as they ripped through an incredible set mixing greatest hits with new tracks from their third album, Love Frequency.


Klaxons on stage

Packed crowd at The 100 Club


Klaxons performing at the Converse gig

Jamie Reynold rockin’ out onstage


James Righton from the Klaxons

Fans join James Righton on the stage


James Righton selfie with fans

James Righton couldn’t refuse a selfie with his fans


Klaxons wearing white mono converse

Klaxons sporting one of our many mono Converse trainers


If you’re reading this and weren’t one of the fortunate ones, then we’re sure that the footage from the gig will transport you directly to the dance floor.


*Tickets Now Gone*
Dust off your glow sticks and pull that fluorescent hooded cape back out of the wardrobe…the Klaxons are back.

Hot on the heels of their latest album Love Frequency comes a very special exclusive gig hosted by Converse and schuh, just for you. It’s a well known fact, that the Klaxons invented new rave back in 2006. Some eight years and three albums later, they’re back in the (neon) spotlight.  The Mercury award winners will play an exclusive free gig at the iconic 100 club in London; bringing their unique brand of high energy, high octane theatrics to a very lucky audience in this very iconic London venue. The indie/dance trio will be joined by fellow indie/dance trio, RÜFÜS whose debut album shot to number one in their native Australia. This special gig promises to be a psychedelic extravaganza.

Fancy it? Course you do. Here’s how to get a ticket…

Drop into schuh OXFORD CIRCUS, MARBLE ARCH or COVENT GARDEN on the 27th or 28th August and submit a written confession of the most insane ‘sneaker’ thing you’ve ever done and drop it in the confession box. Everyone that participates in the Converse Confessional will bag a pair of tickets for the show, where there’ll be a first come first serve entry policy.

Join the event on Facebook.