Dub Pistols new album “Crazy Diamonds” has received another album of the month review, this time from HIFI News.
Our Show in Birmingham on the 16th December at the Hare and Hounds is down to its last 20 remains tickets. Grab yours before they have gone https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Birmingham/Hare-And-Hounds/Hare-amp-Hounds-Presents-Dub-Pistols-/12965500/
London Crew the lovely people Ticketmaster have a Black friday deal on our show O2 Academy Islington you can bag 2 tickets for the price of 1
2-for-1 tickets to Dub Pistols*
Only a limited number of tickets are available in this deal, look out for the offer in the drop down menu for available ticket types.
THE first bands have been announced for the Watchet Music Festival 2018.
The popular festival is returning to Parsonage Farm after a year break on August 24-26 2018.
This week the organisers have announced four bands joining the line-up for the festival including reggae, rock and roll, punk and folk.
From The Jam, which is lead by bass player Bruce Foxton of British mod/punk heroes The Jam.
The festival organisers say they received more requests for From The Jam & Dub Pistols to be booked than any other artist.
Renowned British reggae band Aswad will be performing their adventurous fusion of musical styles including dancehall, funk, hip-hop and dub.
British rock ‘n’ rollers The Dub Pistols will also be returning, while Ferocious Dog will be bringing their mix of punk and folk to the main stage having first performed in Watchet in 2012.
They will be joining Faerground Accidents, Jack Humphries, Kioko, Mesh, RSVP Bhangra and there are still many more acts to be confirmed
With over half of all publicly available tickets sold before a single act was announced, Watchet 2018 is set to continue the festival’s tradition of completely selling out in advance.
A spokesman for Watchet LIVE, the Community Interest Company which organises the festival, said: “Those wishing to camp on site are particularly encouraged to buy their tickets as soon as possible, as more than 70 per cent of camping tickets have already sold out.
The organisers are also looking for volunteers to help out with stewarding, helping to put up and dismantle the stages, rubbish collecting, on-site maintenance and marshalling.
Volunteers work a maximum of six hours per day and will get free tickets to the festival. If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more information about Watchet Music Festival visit www.watchetfestival.co.uk.
The bands show in Guildford at the Boileroom this Friday has now completely sold out making it 5 shows in a row.
The Band roll into Southampton on Saturday at the 1865 club, grab a ticket now before they go.
With just over a week remaining we are down to the last 20 tickets for our show in Guildford at the Boileroom, you have been warned!
The Boileroom presents:
The BOILEROOM, Guildford, GB
Fri, Nov 17, 2017 7:30 PM
Entry Requirements: 18+
Its T-shirt day on BBC6 Music, so if you have a pic of you in a dub pistols tee just post it on Facebook or twitter @bbc6music and #tshirtday to show your support you can also request a song.
This months “London Calling” show hosted by Barry Ashworth on Soho Radio is now online for you to listen back to. Joined in the studio by Trojan Records legend Sir Earl Gateshead the show is packed full of the finest Reggae, Dub, hip hop and broken beats just click on the link below
The Crazy Diamonds tour has kicked off with 3 sellout shows in a row. This week the band head to Leeds for a show at the Brudenell Social Club, over 90% of the tickets have already been sold so grab your whilst you still can before this show hits sellout