Friday night we headed to The Baths Hall for Believe- The Cher Songbook. It was the touring shows first trip to Scunthorpe.Continue reading “Show Review: Believe – The Cher Songbook”
On Saturday night, we went to Cafe INDIE for the first “An Evening Of Punk Rock”. Last year there were a few of these gigs and they’ve really taken off. For those of you who thought Punk Rock was dead you’d be wrong, because the turn out was surprising and the atmosphere was hyped.Continue reading “GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken”
Coming to the town centre 3rd May 2020, it’s one of The Penny Banks, Big Tribute Sunday. With popular P!nk tribute Kyla Porter “Almost Pink”.Continue reading “Kyla Porter “Almost Pink” this May”
Check the calendar for what’s to come…..Continue reading “What’s on scunthorpe”
FAREWELL TOUR 2018 & 2019
Into the Punset rolls into The Baths Hall, Scunthorpeon Sunday, 13th October. Be prepared for a superb performance!
This Saturday at the Lincoln Imp two of Scunthorpe’s homegrown bands will be taking to the stage. Different Oceans now based in Manchester will be headlining the show. Supported By The Voques, who rarely play their Hometown of Scunthorpe and are well-known on the Sheffield gig circuit. Lizzie Goddard will also be performing at the start of the night to kick of proceedings.
Saturday night, I made my way to arguably one of the top independent music Venues in Scunthorpe providing live music, The Lincoln Imp in Scunthorpe .
If you’re into something a little more alternative, maybe rock, metal, emo, screamo, punk then these gigs could be right up your street. Here’s our top picks for BIG alternative gigs announced so far for 2018 in Scunthorpe.
So Tacheless Promotions are back for the New Year with a bang, bringing the recently reformed Twisted Wheel to Cafe INDIEpendent in Scunthorpe with their new 2018 tour Snakes & Ladders. Continue reading “Gig Alert // Twisted Wheel Return To Town”
Mark Donaldson the former lead singer of local favourites Dirty Sterling decided to set up a gig to celebrate the anniversary of Dirty Sterling’s first gig.