[size=200]Audio-Ill has teamed up, yet again, with Gigging Northern Ireland to hold another incredible all day event of local music with an absolutely banging line-up! [/size]
The night sees the incredible and recently meteoric Pocket Billiards headlining the Bunker event, fresh from their EP launches in both Belfast and Portrush.
Alongside them, Belfast's rock sub-genre amalgamators, Delirium Tremens, who are bursting to play some huge new songs that will be debuted on the night. The Cahier Collection, Carrickfergus favourites, will also be joining the bill ahead of Window Seats and Audio-Ill band Kitty and the Canopeners. What a bill! will you be there?
[url=http://www.myspace.com/thecahiercollection]THE CAHIER COLLECTION [/url]
[url=http://www.myspace.com/kittyandthecanopeners]KITTY AND THE CANOPENERS/url]
[i:7880fbf168][b:7880fbf168]Sunday 25th October
Lavery's Bunker, Belfast
Doors: 6:45pm - Music Starts at 7pm
That is a sweet line up!! Go on the mighty cahier!!!
Mik. Sister marko!!
due to a few bands pullin out we have space for four bands in r battle of the band comp
prize money is £1000 pound. its due to start 30th oct in the courthouse bar lurgan. contact gary r thomas on 02838329161
I can't wait to see the new look Bunker, I hope that they've got rid of that awful stage.
Not long to go now folks!
Yip tonight, really looking forward to seeing the window seats again and the cahier collection and kitty for the first time
This was great craic! :D Cheers tee everyone who came down
Twas a brilliant night, thanks to Vic from Audio Ill and Mark from Gigging NI for organising it.
I had great fun at this last night. All great bands, I really enjoyed Delirium Tremens especially. Good to know there are still top class bands in Belfast. It's been a while since I've enjoyed a line-up like that. Cheers to all that showed and thanks to the lovely staff who kept the sound great and the beer flowing.
Good job Audio Ill!
Last night was great. Really impressive turnout despite a cold wet night. Damn good way to spend a Sunday evening. Up every'hing!