Following on from their deserved ‘Best Promoter’ award at the Cardiff Music Awards 2015, the Young Promoters Network are putting on a monster gig at Hobos, Bridgend on February 19th.
The network is part of the Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council Arts Development Team, SONIG and do great work in helping young people do something positive in the community while giving a pathway into the music industry.
The show in Bridgend is set to be a showcase of some of the UK’s best up-and-coming talent with headline rock act Never Hill set to take the stage as part of their latest tour following the recent release of their Epilogue EP, with inspiration from the likes of Don Broco, Lower Than Atlantis and The 1975, theyre guaranteed to be a lively act!
Support on the night comes from local acts Nineteen Fifty-Eight, Junior, Fire Fences and Seven Stories High.
All the support acts have been carefully selected from the pool of emerging Welsh alternative talent. Female-fronted Nineteen Fifty Eight have shared a stage with the likes of Brawlers and FVK alongside radio airplay across the world. Pop-punk trio Junior are a hit across both sides of the pond and follow this gig with a tour with As The Sun Sleeps. Bridgend’s own indie-rockers Fire Fences are set to bring their acousitc rock with influences ranging as widely as Foo Fighters and Mumford & Sons. Swansea’s Seven Stories High are set to hit the ground running with their energetic sound, which has seen them share the stage with the likes of Moose Blood, becoming a memorable act with their rock covers of the likes of Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.
Tickets are: £4 ADV – £5 OTD. Doors: 7:00pm
Tickets available at SeeTickets.com
More details can be found at http://www.youngpromotersnetwork.com/