*COMPETITION GIVEAWAY* Win a LIMITED EDITION Design RAMONAS T-Shirt.

GABBA GABBA HEY!  Purchase tickets HERE for the Wild Hare Club/Underground Revolution ‘Punky Reggae Party’ at the Booth Hall located in Hereford’s East Street independent quarter by MONDAY the 29th of September and win a Limited Edition Ramonas T-shirt designed by Beki Warren and screen printed by Nico Demus. Tickets must be purchased by midnight on 29/8/2016 to qualify for the giveaway.

The featured Image will be the design on the T-Shirt. Who wouldn’t want one?  We will also have a limited supply available for sale at the show.

Get ready for a night with the rockin’ ladies from the Ramonas and support acts The Irascibles who are a 3 piece bluesabilly combo from Cardiff mixing blues, rockabilly and township jive in a tendon-taught post-punk mash-up and Reggae Pie, the well-loved Hereford DJ collective will be spinning calypso, ska, rock steady, dancehall and roots until late to anybody who would move their boots!

The Ramonas Play a Punk Reggae Party in Hereford

Wild Hare Club online  http://www.wildhareclub.com/   Also find on Facebook and Twitter

The Underground Revolution on Facebook and Twitter

The Booth Hall online http://theboothhall.co.uk/ Also find on Facebook and Twitter

Upcoming Underground Revolution and Wild Hare Club shows also include:

The Irradiates and Friends at the Booth Hall the 4th of September 2016 

The Wild Hare Club brings The Irradiates to Hereford

 

‘A Crisis of Conscience – 40 Years of Punk’ charity all day festival 24th of September 2016 at The Booth Hall in Hereford supporting Musicians Against Homelessness and The Big Issue Foundation

A Crisis of Conscience - 40 Years of Punk feat TV Smith

Musicians Against Homelessness and The big Issue Foundation A CRISIS OF CONSCIENCE 40 YEARS OF PUNK FESTIVAL Hereford

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The Underground Revolution Time Machine – August 2016

 

Shannon Mae at the Booth Hall Hereford 4-08-16
Shannon Mae (Shannon Walker) at The Booth Hall stealing hearts with her haunting vocals. Photography By Nick Vidall-Hall

Don’t laugh! It really is a time machine where we revisit our past shows and give you a little heads up on what’s up and coming. Anyway, we have been busy spinning ideas, searching for musicians and getting to know the locals. What a life!

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Punk N Poetry, Ledbury Poetry Festival @The Royal British Legion 7 July 2016

Pop artist, Pablo Alto frontman and Underground Revolution promoter John Rose put together a fantastic night of Punk and Poetry for the Ledbury Poetry Festival.  Last year the the Poetry Festival onlookers were treated to Atilla the Stockbroker and John Cooper Clarke; this year the baton was handed to The Underground Revolution. We hosted our own celebration featuring some very charismatic poets pushing the boundaries of our minds and building a fan base all the while, then there were the DIY Punk and Post Punk bands who had some of us doing the pogo.

 

Jonny Fluffypunk

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