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Sun 24th Mar at Midday - Midnight
@ The Fleece, Bristol
Featuring: Imperial Leisure, Slagerij, King Tuts Revenge, Beneath The Reef, Retrojunk, Clarky Cats, Mad Apple Circus, 6 Fears 7, Brickwalls And Bruises, Ghouls, The Sneak Eazies, Shoot The Moon, Johnson & The Believers, Hell Death Fury, Waiting For Kate
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Skankfest 2013: Imperial Leisure + Slagerij + King Tuts Revenge + Beneath The Reef + Retrojunk + Clarky Cats + Mad Apple Circus + 6 Fears 7 + Brickwalls And Bruises + Ghouls + The Sneak Eazies + Shoot The Moon + Johnson & The Believers + Hell Death Fury + Waiting For Kate
The first single from Imperial Leisure's long anticipated sophomore album 'Death to the One Trick Pony' was released on March 14th 2011. Capturing the beautiful chaos that is their infamous live show 'Dead Model' is a good indication of the album to come. Darker and grittier than its predecessor 'The Art of Saying Nothing', the party is still very much in full swing, though the casualties may be racking up!
Imperial Leisure tour dates
A Swindon-based ska punk band, renowned for their energetic live performances.
Slagerij tour dates
Clarky Cats are a 5 piece ska-punk band playing upbeat and energetic songs with some slow reggae numbers thrown in for good measure.
Clarky Cats tour dates
Currently based in London, but with roots all over the UK, genre spanning Ghouls are an energetic five-piece know for their manic stage antics and sweat inducing live shows. An infectious innovative blend of punk rock fuelled by a powerful horn section and driven by gypsy influences, they always get crowds on their feet and whipped into a frenzied party.
'...the promise of Neck Deep, if Neck Deep had a sax (KKKK)...' - Kerrang
Ghouls tour dates
In just two years, Shoot The Moon have made one hell of an impact on the ska punk community. In this short time, Shoot The Moon have played some prestigious shows and venues including The John Peel Stage at Glastonbury in 2007 and playing with the legendary Madness and DJ Scratchy in January 2008.
The main influences for the band are: Madness, Streetlight Manifesto, Reel Big Fish, The Specials, Junction 27, The Communicators, Shoot The Moon, The Jb Conspiracy, Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Shoot The Moon tour dates
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Venue: The Fleece
Bookings: 0117 929 9008
→ Bristol Temple Meads 8 min walk