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Northern Uproar

Jun 8th 2018 @ The Grand Vault

Wigan, United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland
I Was There
Friday, June 8th, 2018
7:30 PM
The Grand Vault
Wigan, United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland
The Old Courts are delighted to welcome Northern Uproar with support from local lads Pink Shirts For Pale People and Jon Peet. This brilliant band exploded onto the Britpop scene in 1995 when teenagers Leon Meya (vox/Bass) and Jeff Fletcher (guitar) began writing music together, recruiting their friends Paul Kelly (guitar) and Keith Chadwick (drums). The band became known for their energetic live shows earning the attention of the UK music press and a deal from Heavenly Recordings. Mainstream success came quickly. A handful of top 40 singles including 'From A Window' and 'Living It Up' along with their acclaimed album resulted in regular appearances on national media couple with legendary live shows.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz3kQb7h_ns
Support on the night comes from the jangly 80's90's infused indie pop of local band Pink Shirts For Pale People, and the soulful tones of upcoming singer-songwriter Jon Peet.
Approx. Stage TimesNorthern Uproar - 9:30pmPink Shirts for Pale People 8:45pm - 9:15pmJon Peet 8pm - 8:30pm
Over 14's with an adult
Friday 8th June | The Grand Vault: Entrance 3 | Doors & Bar Open 7:30pmTickets £8 in advance / £10 on the door
Disclaimer
Please note we have multiple venues in the same building and each has their own Style and Configuration, please make sure that you are comfortable with the Venue prior to booking tickets.
This Event is:
Standing Only – There is no provision for seating in this Venue for this event, if you are unable to comfortably stand for the shows duration we may be able to assist with access seats but this is only in limited circumstances and when medically necessary, we cannot guarantee that access seats in this venue will provide a clear and uncompromised view of the stage.