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Augustines have announced a return to Belfast’s Empire Music Hall on Friday 28 October, with tickets going on sale next Friday, 6 May at 9am. Augustines release When Things Fall Apart, the new single taken from their upcoming album, This Is Your Life, on via Caroline International, due on 10th June 2016. Fresh from their own sold out Electric [more]
► LINE UP TBA Every Friday night this autumn we welcome some of the world's biggest and best Dance & Electronic music artists for a 10 week series of parties. 22:00 — 03:00 | HALO | ££ - - Tickets available at www.halobournemouth.com - - No ID No Entry Challenge 25 Policy Drinkaware.co.uk [more]
+ support Featuring ex 'Softs' members John Etheridge, Roy Babbington, John Marshall plus Theo Travis Soft Machine the Legendary Jazz Rock pioneers turn full circle as the band known as the “Soft Machine Legacy” revert once again to the bands original distinctive name. Soft Machine were originally formed in 1966 by Kevin Ayers and Robert [more]
On stage 8.30pm Oye Santana are the leading tribute to the music of Carlos Santana featuring awesome guitar, passionate and exciting as Santana himself, and an infectious good-time feel – each track a fiesta, every performance a show. You’ll sing, smile and dance from the first chink of tambourine to the get-up-and-boogie finale. "The first [more]
Chantel McGregor (acoustic) 23rd February 2017 7.30pm 14+ (under 18s should be accompanied by an adult) £12.50 https://www.hullboxoffice.co.uk/tickets/buy_ticket/1775 or call 01482 221 113 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm) When asked about performing on stage, Chantel said; "Playing live to great audiences is one of the most wonderful feelings, I [more]
Mad Mods & Englishmen ‘Unfinished Business!’ Live at Bedford Esquires, 8pm, Friday 4th November Rewind back to August 13th and Mad Mods & Englishmen are full flow into their set at Bedford Esquires when drummer Spence was taken ill and the gig was called to a halt before the band even reached their half way point. The band promised to [more]