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Wroxfest will be back this year but bigger and better than ever before - there will be live music from Workhorse, Madaz a Box of Frogs, Adenland, Liberty Popey,BroadBeat Choir and many more! With activities for the kids, craft stalls, beer, food all in aid of keeping Wroxham Football Club going and keeping football at the heart of the Wroxham FC Community it's going to be a great family day out!
Mallory Knox exclusive Reading/ Leeds Festival warm-up show! Catch the rising Cambridge alternative rockers on a small stage before they head to the festival. Named after the Natural Born Killers character, they have toured with Finch, Don Broco and Never Means Maybe. Having held the top spot on the iTunes Rock chart and 'Signals' entering the album chart in 2013, the band is set to soar in 2014.
Southern California heavy rock veterans, My Ruin lead by violent scream vocalist Tairrie B. Murphy and husband/guitarist Mick Murphy storm the UK with their 'Sacred Mood Tour' with special guests, British brothers in metal Sanctorum + Clan.
With their Lyrics being compared to Dylan, Riffs to Rage Against The Machine, Vocals to Howling Wolf and Beats to Bonham it's easy to see why The Graveltones have stirred up so much noise of late. An easily identifiable original sound that will still be here in 20 years time.
After his acclaimed performance on the main stage at Sonisphere festival in Knebworth Park earlier this year, Frank Turner has announced his latest UK tour with The Sleeping Souls for September 2014
Following last years sell out show at UEA Nick Douwma, better known as Sub Focus returns for this years huge DnB DJ SET show! He has become one of the most interesting, innovative and important voices working in British electronic music today.
Avast, ye landlubbers! From the deepest darkest depths of eastern Scotland comes ALESTORM, a drunken band of pirates on an epic quest to drink your beer, steal your rum, and be the greatest damn band that ever did sail the seven seas!
Patent Pending started in the basements of Long Island and have tirelessly worked their way to tours and television sets in living rooms across the world. They've been attacking the planet with their in-your-face brand of pop-tinged punk rock for over a decade now, and it’s time for them to bring back the party to the vast musical wasteland that is in dire need of a rectifying shot in the arm.
Growling like a panther, Brit School graduate Ella Eyre scored a number one earlier in 2013 as the lead vocalist on Rudimental’s raucous Waiting All Night. Not only the owner of a singularly, enigmatic, unique incredible voice that conjures up the greats of yesterday, Ella also has great skill as a writer.
Combining the drive of early Def Leppard with the song-writing ability of prime UFO and Thin Lizzy, the whole thing underpinned by the sort of low-slung riffing redolent of early Aerosmith or G n’ R, The Treatment are unashamedly inspired by an era when rock bands looked like rock bands and were generally intent on causing a stir (both onstage and off); an era when the lifestyle was important, when music was everything and when vinyl was king.
Maverick Sabre, the biggest male breakthrough artist of 2012, returns to the live arena with 9 must see dates across the UK this autumn.
British singer-songwriter Jess Glynne has already notched up 2 number one singles this year - she featured on Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" and Route 94's "My Love". She is about to take the UK by storm as a solo artist in her own right.
Famed for their impromptu gigs in unorthodox venues, North East four-piece Little Comets' blend of tricky percussive rhythms and Afro-beat-tinged guitars has seen them labelled as the British Vampire Weekend. Hailing from Sunderland and Newcastle, brothers Robert (lead vocals, guitar) and Michael (lead guitar) Coles, bassist Matt Hall, and drummer Mark Harle formed the band in 2008.
The legendary WISHBONE ASH - pioneers of the twin-guitar rock that influenced groups from Thin Lizzy to Iron Maiden - stop off in the UK as part of their Live Dates Live World Tour for a glorious mixture of the old and new. As well as playing tracks from their highly acclaimed new album BLUE HORIZON, they’ll be performing their biggest selling album LIVE DATES in its entirety, to celebrate 40 years since its release.
By their own admission Alabama 3 makes Country Acid House Music. They are a pop band, a punk rock, a blues and country techno situationist crypto-Marxist-Leninist electro band. The most unlikely band ever to come out of Brixton; they are the most idiosyncratic, the most continually surprising and the most no-holds-barred fun.
Naming themselves after the unemployment benefit form, UB40 formed in 1978, before releasing their debut album Signing Off in August 1980. That was considered by many to be one of the greatest reggae albums ever released by a British band. One of the world's best-selling music artists, UB40 have sold over 70 million records.
Saviours of British Metal, Raging Speedhorn, return with their first tour in 6 years! Originally formed in 1998, they soon gained a reputation for their uncompromising live performances and toured relentlessly supporting bands such as earthtone9, Will Haven, Amen, Biohazard, Rammstein and Slipknot.
EUROPE, Scandinavia’s biggest Rock band return to the UK alongside BLACK STAR RIDERS for a tour in March 2015 taking in 14 shows. Joey Tempest “this is going to be amazing – to be playing with Black Star Riders is going to make for THE tour of the spring – just can’t wait to get back on the road!’ The tour will feature classic tracks from both bands and also music from both acts forthcoming new releases.
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