You ‘Can Can’ see Bad Manners at King George’s Hall this December

Buster Bloodvessel has been fronting Bad Manners for over 40 years and shows no sign of stopping. Enjoy a set of heavy sounds including Special Brew, Lip Up Fatty, Lorraine and of course the Can Can. Start your Christmas celebrations early at King George’s Hall this December!

With the band playing at their best ever, with Fatty in charge, a rock-solid rhythm section, an ass-kicking brass sound, a tempestuous keyboard backdrop, a mean harmonica and the finest SKA guitar in the world. Bad Manners are back on top of the SKA world, where they have always belonged. No one can touch them live.

With support from Max Splodge, Baby Dread and Midlife.

Best known for the song ‘Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps’, Max Splodge was associated with the Oi movement and is one of the only artists to play the annual Rebellion festival every year.

Judge Dread was an English reggae and Ska singer and the first white reggae artist to chart in Jamaica. Baby Dread are a tribute to the king of double entendre reggae.

Midlife are the UK’s Premier 2Tone, Ska, Mod Act! Playing all the heavy hits from the likes of Madness, The Specials, The Beat, The Jam, Blur, sometimes with a bit of Punk/Pop thrown in

VENUE: King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn. BB2 1AA
DATE: Friday 20th December 2019
TIME: 7.30pm
TICKET PRICE: Full price from £23.50
Doors (subject to availability) from £26.50

Tickets are available:
Online: Here
By Phone: 01254 582579
In Person: King George’s Hall Box Office, Northgate, Blackburn.

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