Roll Up! Roll Up! Tickets on sale now for Outcider Festival 2014. There is a strictly limited number of Super Early Bird tickets on sale for only £29 (Saturday/Sunday). Early arrival on Friday only £10 extra - 3 acts on Friday night. You can get yours buy visiting www.outciderfestival.co.uk or you can use the store tab on the festival's facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/outciderfestival/app_150178545006427 Outcider festival will feature 30 acts over two stages. The mix of music will be eclectic and definitely not anything mainstream. Here is a list of the great acts playing this year: Commander McNeil Dana Immanuel Disco’s Out (Murder’s In) Fish Hook Gaz Brookfield Gorgeous George John D Revelator King Tuts Revenge Kunt & The Gang Laurie Wright Mad Dog McRea Malarkey Neck Oscar Everard Paul McCoch Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons QELD Shoot The Moon Smokey Bastard Sonic Boom Six The Devils Rejects The Inbredz The Haywains The Hellfire Orchestra The Hi Class Joes The Paper Trains The Skimmity Hitchers The White City Shakers Willowen Will Varley Yan Yates & The State Union This event is being organised by Fuelled By Cider who have promoted events all over the UK.
Label: Xtra Mile Recordings http://www.xtramilerecordings.com
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Bio: "By taking ska, pop, grime, dubstep, punk and metal apart, then rebuilding them as a hyperactive hybrid, Sonic Boom Six demand attention." Kerrang!
SONIC BOOM SIX are an explosive and outspoken five-piece rock band from Manchester, UK described by Kerrang! as "taking ska, pop, grime, dubstep, pu...See Full Bio
SB6 is number 1 on the ReverbNation Rock charts for Manchester, UK. Nice. http://www.reverbnation.com/sonicboomsix
"The swell of good-natured ska-punk bedlam sees Sonic Boom Six (KKKK) playing to a full house; once the bodies are in they can't help but move. Clashing activism and good-times with Piggy In The Middle and snappy new track Karma Is A Bitch, the multicultural crew could seem a little worthy, but revolution never sounded so much like celebration." - Kerrang!