Please note: Info provided by the Event Organiser
Status Quo legend John "Rhino" Edwards will bring his band featuring Status Quo drummer "Leon Cave" to Llandudno on Sunday 8th October.
14+ Under 18's to be accompanied by an adult.
The venue is located on the first floor and access is via stairs.
Free on-street parking is available outside the venue and Llandudno Train Station is a 5 minute walk from the venue.
Doors open at 7pm.
John 'Rhino' Edwards, the bassist in Status Quo, fronts this excellent original rock band.
See Rhino's Revenge tour dates
State of Quo
"The UK's Premier Quo Tribute" - John 'Rhino' Edwards (Status Quo) "The nearest thing to Quo you'll ever get - fantastic!" - Jeff Rich (Status Quo 1986-2000) Recently described as "easily the best Quo Tribute act going" by legendary Rock Journalist & Author Mick Wall (Classic Rock/Kerrang Magazine) State of Quo are one of the longest established and most popular Status Quo tribute bands in Europe. Originally formed by Rhythm Guitarist Paul Carr in the mid-1990s, State of Quo have played countless gigs all over the UK, as well as several events in Europe - most recently headlining the Crossed Guitars Music Festival in Freischepalen, Holland. In recent years, State of Quo have performed at numerous outdoor Festivals in the UK and also toured as support to Status Quo's own Bass player, John 'Rhino' Edwards and his own band Rhino's Revenge - which included both bands sharing a stage at the first ever International Status Quo Fan Club Convention in Minehead in 2015 and again in 2019. A typical State of Quo setlist showcases tracks from the classic 1970s albums that established Quo as one of the most popular Rock Bands of the time, alongside material from more recent albums such as 'Heavy Traffic' and 'Quid pro Quo' - plus, of course, a few of Quo's countless single hits - all played as faithfully as possible to Quo's own original recordings and live performances.
See State of Quo tour dates