Time: 8:00 pm Venue: The Pot, Rhyl
The Pot & North Wales Gigs are proud to support…
Musicians Against Homelessness ‘Royal Bedding Gigs’.
Saturday 19th May 2018
Doors 8pm – First act 8.45pm
Entry: £3 – proceeds will go to Musicians Against Homelessness
Chasing Shadows are one of the hottest indie/rock bands around. Although they regularly play cover gigs, their own original songs are also real crowd puller.
Maines have been described as ‘…not realising how good they actually are’. The post-punk outfit were named amongst BBC Wales Top Sounds 2016.
When Maines are playing, the gig-goers pay attention.
Oxime are pretty new to the scene. The Alt-rockers currently have a 40 minutes original set but sadly we are unable to hear it in full on this particular night.
Bluff are fast becoming one of our favourites. Their sound has been described as a likeness to Joy Division.
They recently supported The Absolute Stone Roses in the legendary Tivoli venue in Buckley.
Due to them being a member short for this event, they will be doing a rare acoustic set.
About the event:
In response to the recent news that the streets of Windsor will be cleared of homeless people MAH announce THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY on the same day as the royal wedding. We ask all of our supporters and friends to join us in putting on as many music events as possible across England, Scotland and Wales to support homeless people and to make a lot of noise!
This is a call to put the focus on the poorest in our society; the number of homeless people on our streets is rapidly escalating and it’s a national disgrace. Thousands and thousands of people are in desperate situations with a recent report stating that one in every 200 people are classed as homeless or living in unsuitable accommodation.