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The Coronas

+ Special Guests

Tuesday 1st June

Academy 3

Bexey

Saturday 5th June

Academy 3

Crash Test Dummies

God Shuffled His Feet 25th Anniversary Tour

Wednesday 9th June

Academy 3

Bad Religion

+ Support

Friday 11th June

Academy

The Mysterines

+ Support

Saturday 12th June

Club Academy

The Beat

Plus Support

Tuesday 15th June

Club Academy

AGMP presents

THE BEAT

"...Still Can't Stop It" 40th Anniversary Tour

Legendary 2-Tone Punk Ska Reggae Group led by vocalist Dave Wakeling celebrate their 40th Anniversary.

The Beat formed in 1979 and released their debut single, an infectious cover of the Smokey Robinson classic ‘Tears of A Clown’ on 2-Tone Records which went straight into the UK national charts at #6. Along with their contemporaries The Specials, Madness and The Selecter, The Beat became an overnight sensation.

Over the course of the next five years The Beat released three studio albums 'I Just Can't Sop It', 'Wha'appen' and 'Special Beat Service'. The Beat toured the world alongside artists such as The Clash, The Police, The Specials, The Pretenders, REM, Talking Heads, and David Bowie.

The Beat enjoyed a series of classic hit singles between 1979-1983 such as 'Mirror in the Bathroom', 'Best Friend', 'Can't Get Used to Losing You', 'Hands Off...She's Mine', 'Too Nice To Talk To', 'Drowning', 'Doors of your Heart', 'Save it for Later', 'I Confess', 'Stand Down Margaret' and 'Twist and Crawl'.  

Get tickets for the 40th anniversary tour for one of the most popular and influential bands of the 2-Tone Ska movement.

The Cribs

+ Support

Friday 18th June

Academy

Larkins

Saturday 19th June

Academy 2

Zack Knight

Saturday 26th June

Academy 2

L7

+ Special Guests

Sunday 27th June

Academy 2

Waterparks

+ Special Guests

Sunday 27th June

Academy

Black Uhuru

+ Support

Wednesday 30th June

Academy 3

Black Uhuru is a Jamaican reggae band probably best known for their hits “Shine Eye Gal”, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” “Sinsemilla,” “Solidarity,” and “What Is Life?”. They were the first group to win a Grammy in the reggae category when it was introduced in 1985. They originally formed as ‘Black Sounds Uhuru’ (the Kiswahili word for freedom).


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