Originally a hotel called The Railway, the venue first started to host live music by hosting the occasional band throughout the ’60s before becoming a public house in the ’70s, changing its name to The Horn of Plenty. The pub started putting on live music and was rebranded as The Horn Reborn in 1994. In 2007, the venue was refurbished again, becoming known simply as The Horn. in 2012 The Horn went through yet another refurbishment making it one of the premiere live music venues on the touring circuit.
Everyone connected to the site past and present are proud to have been part of this historic venue which has helped local acts such as Paul Young, The Subways, Enter Shikari, Friendly Fires, Gallows and many more by providing somewhere for them to develop their craft.
Bastille, U2, Slaves, Years & Years, Newton Faulker, Friendly Fires, Pete Best (original Beatles drummer) and many more legendary names!
The venue is a short walk from St Albans City train station. London St Pancras is a short 20-minute train journey away!