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Sat 30th Mar at 10:00pm (doors 9:30pm) - Late
Bestival Charity Fundraiser
@ Nation, Liverpool
Featuring: Rob da Bank, The Cuban Brothers, Ian McCulloch, Ian Broudie, Is Tropical, Killaflaw, The Tea Street Band, Hoodie Ledbetter, Alex Evans & Katy Alex, Special Guest DJ, Steve Parry, Chris McGee, Dave Whelan, Phil Fearon, James Silk, Little Chief, Howard Marks
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Bestival Charity Fundraiser: Rob da Bank + The Cuban Brothers + Ian McCulloch + Ian Broudie + Is Tropical + Killaflaw + The Tea Street Band + Hoodie Ledbetter + Alex Evans & Katy Alex + Special Guest DJ + Steve Parry + Chris McGee + Dave Whelan + Phil Fearon + James Silk + Little Chief + Howard Marks
As a tribute to those involved in the coach crash on the return journey from Bestival 2012, there will be a one-off night of music on Saturday 30th March 2013. Nation, the home of Cream have kindly provided us with the venue on 30th March for this fundraising show.
Michael Molloy, Kerry Lynne and coach driver Colin Daulby were all killed in the tragic accident and Zach Washington suffered life-changing injuries. Others involved in the crash have also been affected and Bestival want to pay tribute and raise as much money for charity as possible.
Rob da Bank and the Cuban Brothers will host the night alongside many talented artists from Liverpool and all profit from the night will be donated to charity.
Rob da Bank is undeniably the master of chill out. When not presenting the Blue Room on BBC Radio 1 with Chris Coco, Rob spends his time DJing at numerous club nights.
Rob da Bank tour dates
The Cuban Brothers are a unique entertainment proposition. Born of the loins of seventies Havana, nurtured on a diet of soulful, sexy tunes and inspired by the beats and breaks of a thousand B Boys - they're the only act that truly combines music, comedy and dancing for the more discerning crowd...
The Cuban Brothers tour dates
Long-time frontman of Liverpool's favourite indie popsters Echo and The Bunnymen. After the huge success with the band's reforming over the past few years, Ian is having another shot at a solo career.
Ian McCulloch tour dates
The Is Tropical line up of Gary Barber (Vocals / Guitar / keys), Simon Milner (Vocals / Guitars / Keys) and Dominic Apa (Drums & Programming) have now added vocalist Kirstie Fleck, who was featured on the 2013 track 'Dancing Anymore'. They have developed a country wide reputation for their stunning live shows. Taking to the stage in their trademark masks, and cloaked by self-made video projections, they improvise constantly changing soundscapes, effortlessly swooping from raw pop anthems to lo-fi dance songs with fantastic results.
Is Tropical tour dates
Electronic blues duo from Liverpool.
Named after a track by legendary bluesman Howlin’ Wolf. They’re from Liverpool, consist of Benn Helm (vocals, guitar) and Andy Paton (electronics, trumpet) and are recent signings to legendary London label, Wall of Sound.
Killaflaw have been likened to a number of other acts – “like Led Zep meet the Chemical Brothers”, “the missing link between Soundgarden and The Prodigy” – but really they have a sound that is uniquely their own.
Killaflaw tour dates
Liverpool's Tea Street Band are a mutilation in its most extreme that combines 808 State with Doves and the gang mentality of The Happy Mondays. The band have developed a remix and production relationship with fellow Liverpudlian Kooky Music.
The Tea Street Band tour dates
Howard Marks is a raconteur and ex-international drug smuggler. Notorious for his audacious exploits in the '70s and '80s, Howard avoided the grasp of international law enforcement for two decades, while building one of the biggest smuggling rings in history. The law finally caught up with Howard in 1988, whereby he served out 7 years of a 25 year sentence, before being released in 1995.
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1-3 Parr Street
L1 4JN 53.401600, -2.979461
→ Liverpool Central 4 min walk