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Unknown Era & Popes Of Chillitown + more

The Maze, Nottingham
Saturday 2nd Jun 2018 8:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
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£5.50 inc. booking fee

£5.00 face value

General Admission

£7.70 inc. booking fee

£7.00 face value

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UNKNOWN ERA host their annual Birthday show!
Expect some awesome bands and DJs and plenty of high energy fun!!!

Returning to their home stomping ground for their annual June Birthday show!
The band has become one of Nottingham's favourite live bands with their catchy tunes mixing elements of Ska, Reggae, Hiphop, Gypsy, Rock, Soul and Funk. Since their birth in 2015 they have gone on the build an army of fans locally, which they refer to as Misfits, and sell out shows at many local venues including The Maze, Rough Trade, Jam Cafe, The Contemporary, Rescue Rooms and played to a packed out main stage at Rock City as part of Beat The Streets back in January this year.
The band have recently been recording their long awaited debut album which is due to be released later this year after they once again travel the country playing the festival circuit. In recent years they have played festivals such as Boomtown, Y-Not, Splendour, Symatry and Hogsozzle as well as completing several UK and European tours.
Expect as always a high energy set with plenty of crowd interaction and sing alongs!

Coming from London's inner suburbs, Popes have been building a reputation for many years now as a fantastic live act! Tours of the UK, several great EPs and albums and many festival appearances have maintained their standing as one of the finest Ska/Punk bands on the current circuit, infused with high energy and elements of Hiphop, this band always get a room bouncing.
'Sounding like the bastard child of Capdown and Skindred, POC have created a release that summarises why Ska Punk in the nineties and noughties was so popular, and why bands like Reel Big Fish are still kicking around. It is the fusion of instruments from Latino, Jazz and Punk that brews a concoction literally impossible to stay still while listening to, it demands you stand up and dance around your room like a beheaded chicken.' - PUNKTASTIC


Venue Information


257 Mansfield Road