For The Hornets +…
28th February 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
4 East Anglian bands for £4!
For The Hornets infuse a variety of influences from grunge, rock, punk, hip hop, ska, and metal to create an intense and insane sound. 4TH bring an energetic live show which will leave your ears ringing and your eyes wanting more!
Essex trio Killatrix are breaking the mould of rock music, pushing the boundaries of pop, metal, hip-hop, and dance, to produce a unique hybrid of party-rock-electronica, that you can dance, fight and bang your head to. Like pop, but f**ked up!
Whole lotta pop, whole lotta punk and even more mascara! When three Norfolk girls met at Anglia Ruskin University, all female pop-punk power trio Pink Lemonade was born. Drawing influences from iconic female artists such as Avril Lavigne, Pink Lemonade have created their unique sound by exploring the close vocal harmonies heard in popular music paired with raunchy overdriven guitar riffs, punchy bass grooves and steady rock drum beats.
Bag of Cans play a heavy, bluesy version of indie-punk, combining Libertines-style songwriting with the English humour akin to early Blur and the Kinks.
All 4 bands are headlining, no support!
Tickets are £4 in advance, available from the Box Office on 01449 774678 (10am-2pm weekdays) or online through our ticket partner, WeGotTickets (10% booking fee applies). Also available on the door for £5.
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