Band return to Stevenage by popular demand
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A BAND made such an impression on the Stevenage Red Lion faithful last time they were there that they are returning.
The Snare got the entire pub dancing on their last visit, and are back by popular demand.
Described by promoters Sound Arc as “Ian Dury fronting The Specials”, the London-based six-piece play a mix of reggae, ska noir and punk.
Expect an energetic performance which will get everyone up on their feet.
They are supported on the night by the Red’s very own beer garden busker Neil Webb, who will be playing some of his feelgood reggae sing-a-longs.
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The 18+ event – free, as usual – starts at 8pm.
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