What’s On

Kennedy Street presents:

Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam

Union Chapel, London, United Kingdom

Friday 3 March  7:00 PM   Room: Chapel
£34 adv + bf   Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
General Admission (unreserved seating) (e-ticket)
$46.63 (+$4.66 S/C)
6.30pm Dinner Reservation at Margins Cafe, Union Chapel Bar - show ticket holders only (e-ticket)
Free
fully booked
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult

Tickets on sale with:

Above with Music Glue (e-tickets only)

Ticketline/ 0844 888 9991

Doors, Bar and Margins Cafe serving hot homemade food open at 19:00

Curfew - 22:30
Union Chapel Bar open after the show.

You can book for dinner at Margins Cafe at 18:30 but you must have a reservation for access at 18:30. The Bar is also open to Union Chapel members who have tickets to the show.

Access to the cafe before doors open is via the side gate to the left of the main entrance to the Chapel on Compton Terrace.

We will email the menu and add it to the listing here shortly before the show.

If the early 6.30pm reservations are fully booked don't worry you can still come to eat from when doors open, the cafe is open through to the end of the interval.

Find out more about Margins Cafe & their food

Please note you must have a ticket to the show to come to Margins Cafe & Union Chapel bar.

There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.

All timings are provisional and subject to change - for the latest up dates please check Facebook and Twitter.

As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.


Classic Rock legend Dave Mason brings his Traffic Jam World Tour to UK for series of Spring 2017 concerts.

Fascinating retrospective of Traffic as seen through the eyes of band
co-founder Dave Mason.

Classic rock legend Dave Mason has announced a series of UK dates to his Traffic Jam World Tour. The nine date UK tour starts February 23rd; tickets go on sale Friday 30th at 9am.

One of the evergreens of rock, Brit Dave Mason (with his band) goes back in time to the start of his career with Traffic as well as performing songs that launched his solo career over five decades ago. Traffic began as a band with Steve Winwood (when the two of them were just teenagers) little knowing that the music they made would have such an impact this many years later. Following his stint with Traffic, Dave would go on to a highly successful career as songwriter, guitarist and solo artist. In 2004 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame.

Known for such hits as Feelin’ Alright (recorded first by Traffic in 1968 then Joe Cocker in 1969), Only You Know and I Know and Hole in My Shoe Dave has performed and recorded with such legends as Paul McCartney, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Derek and the Dominos and Delaney and Bonnie. During the 60s his contribution and involvement to the popular music scene was immense.
Featuring hits and deep cuts from iconic Traffic albums, stories from Dave, plus new material and a selection of classic Mason music, Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam is a show for all fans of rock and 60s culture to witness up close a gifted songwriter, a distinctive vocalist, as well as a masterful guitarist.

Since launching in 2014, Mason’s Traffic Jam show has been garnering critical praise across the board – in the U.S, the National Rock Review commented how “the music performed was timeless and resonates deeply” and Elmore Magazine wrote,
“He then went into an absolutely fantastic version of the song [‘Feelin’ Alright’], reminding me yet again that his voice is still great and, man, can he play guitar.”

On returning to the UK for these dates, Dave Mason said, “ I‘m really looking forward to playing in Britain again after all this time. It’s where it all started for me. I’ve been doing ‘Traffic Jam’ in North America for like 3-1/2 years now. I didn’t plan for this show to go that long but it did. It was great and it was fun and now I want to play it for my fellow Brits.”