Primal Scream at The Crown and Cushion, Sonic Boom selling pasties at The Soundhouse, The Get Up Kids in a courtyard, Pink Panthers, Sparrows, Kico, Blind Tiger, Hawthorns, The Dog, The Alma (who should win NME small venue of the year 2015 !!), The Buzzcocks, Badly Drawn Boy, Lofthouse, band after band too many to mention, day and night a hub of creative and artistic explosions and then……..Sound Social. A group of likeminded and enthusiastic folk who want to support local talent, embrace the history of this wonderful town and develop a forum for creativity be that music, art, photography, craft, poetry, film and everything in-between.
Yet everything needs a starting point so on Saturday 14th November Sound Social presents an all day event at Historic Commerce House for your audible and viewing pleasure. We’ve had an amazing response from artists, musicians and poets, support from local community network Antz Junction and the wonderful Bolton business Carrs pasties is kindly sponsoring the event.
On offer is a smorgasbord of talent ranging from Feed The Kid (who have had an amazing year playing Kendal Calling and Ramsbottom festival amongst their many dates), Apache Viking (USA and Newcastle punky funky and electric), The Jade Assembly, Gaz from Our Fold, Steve Warwick, James Holt, electronica from Leeds based legends Quip, Manchester’s finest acid punk garage band Duds, Revolution in Paradise and The Reveres (selling out everywhere from Hamburg to Night and Day!).
Alongside these seasoned performers, the Rock It project, which supports young and growing talent with youth mentoring, also have three bands performing and money raised from this event will go towards carrying on the Rock It project as well as supporting Cinebox/thebox.tv CIC, a community based organisation that inspires young and old to use film as a https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra-en-ligne-en-france/ proactive medium.
Enjoy, be Sound Social and let’s all have a great day and night.