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Hacktivist visiting Warrington
RAP metal band Hacktivist are coming to Warrington ahead of their festival slot at Radstock in Liverpool and European tour with Korn.
The Milton Keynes five-piece will headline the Asylum club night at The Venue in Barbauld Street on Friday, March 28.
TAKE cover because Blitz Kids are about to storm Warrington.
The Nantwich alternative rockers are playing at the Asylum club night at The Venue in Barbauld Street on Friday, September 27. Frontman Joe James told Weekend that he chose Warrington over Manchester or Liverpool because he knows what it is like for fans living in smaller towns.
Lee Hits the right note for Warrington Music
WHEN Lee Harman came up with the idea for Warrington Music [WAM] he just wanted to support his mates.
Many of the former Woolston High School pupil’s friends were in bands and he would often end up lending them a hand.
He said: “I always wanted to be a film director but all my friends were musicians so I was dragged into directing videos at shows and it developed from there.”
Live show at Warrington Bus Station
FORGET marquees and outdoor stages.
A free acoustic music festival with a difference is coming to Warrington on Saturday, April 20 – in the town’s bus station.
7 Day Weekend Announce EP Release Details And Tour Dates
New kids on the scene, 7 Day Weekend have announced they have been re-working their self-titled EP for national released, which will be available on 17th September.
Acoustic celebration at Warrington Bus Exchange
A DAY of acoustic music will celebrate the six months of Warrington Music (WAM) at Warrington Bus Interchange.
Sly Digs ready to tame the court
WARRINGTON band Sly Digs return to the town to perform on Friday, November 30.
Recently signed by Flick Knife Records, and with debut album Never To Be Tamed on the high street, the rock and roll four piece will play Friars Court.
A TEENAGE filmmaker has been awarded a grant to make a psychological thriller exploring the dangers of modern life.
Lee Harman of Equilibrium Productions used cash from Media Box – a fund for 13-19 year-olds to make creative media projects – and Warrington council.