Nip in the air for big date
ANOTHER non-stop weekend at Club 85 promises four skull-rattling events. It all kicks off on Friday from 7.45pm with yet another North Herts Ska, Punk and Hardcore (NHSPH) evening featuring Your Demise, Jealous and Cambridgeshire s sons of hardcore, Impac
ANOTHER non-stop weekend at Club 85 promises four skull-rattling events.
It all kicks off on Friday from 7.45pm with yet another North Herts Ska, Punk and Hardcore (NHSPH) evening featuring Your Demise, Jealous and Cambridgeshire's sons of hardcore, Impact.
The following day sees two events, five high-octane bands and plenty of swift and loud music.
The first, starting at 2pm, promises soaring vocals and a bunch of fast riffs with The Ghost of a Thousand, Covergirl and First Signs of Frost on hand to deliver a big fat juicy dollop of rock and punk.
If that wasn't enough - surely it should be?! - but if it isn't then it might be worth noting that a BBC crew will be at the venue to film the event for BBC2's The Culture Show.
After managing to get your mug on TV, and spending the rest of the afternoon phoning friends and relatives to tell them all about your 15 seconds, why not return to Club 85 later on that evening to catch two more bands - The Flesh Happening and Eyelash.
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- 2 'Jobs will be lost' if Stevenage TK Maxx fails to relocate
- 3 Police called to concern for welfare after 'youths' seen on Stevenage roof
- 4 Crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Letchworth and Baldock
- 5 Iceland offers over 60s discount on shopping bill every week
- 6 Hitchin to host Platinum Jubilee Carnival to honour Queen
- 7 Hertfordshire's Wilkestock festival to return after licensing row resolved
- 8 Plans to demolish riding stables to make way for housing
- 9 Can you answer these 10 GCSE questions designed for 16-year-olds?
- 10 What's the future Queen doing in a sandpit in Hertfordshire?
Ellie from the Funky Monks will be the MC for that particular night's entertainment.
Finally, if your legs and ears are up for it, and you haven't spent every last penny you have to your name, then Blood Runs Dry (who are currently recording their first E.P.) and Stevenage's own Old Skool Reasons will be finishing off the weekend in style.
Both bands will be playing during Sunday evening's gig.
It really is a beast of a weekend.
Friday's gig is £4.50, Saturday afternoon is £3.50, the evening is £4.50 and on Sunday night it's £3.