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30th Anniversary Of Punk Tour

Mean Fiddler presents 30th Anniversary Of Punk Tour at the Forum, Kentish Town, London Nw5
Saturday 2nd December 2006:

Buzzcocks plus Eater + Dj Don Letts + Dj Kris Needs
+ Retrospective photo / art exhibition with artwork by Malcolm Garrett and photos by Chris Gabrin and Kevin Cummins.

Two lucky people have the chance to win a pair of tickets by answering the below question.

Question:

Q. Which town are Buzzcocks from?

A. Manchester

The lucky winners are; Dom Wirdnam - Clevedon and Amanda Clark


Buzzcocks 2 credit Lorne Thomson

Mean Fiddler presents
30th Anniversary Of Punk Tour

Buzzcocks plus Eater + Dj Don Letts + Dj Kris Needs : + Retrospective photo / art exhibition with artwork by Malcolm Garrett and photos by Chris Gabrin and Kevin Cummins
Live at the Forum, Kentish Town, London Nw5
Saturday 2nd December 2006. 7pm – 1am. £15.00 Adv

In 2006, as British punk rock reaches its official 30th birthday, few of its founding fathers will be around to celebrate. One band remains as resilient in 2006 as they were earlier. It’s 2006 and here, still, are Buzzcocks.

Responsible for a string of enormous hit singles including “Orgasm Addict”, “Ever Fallen In Love”, “I Don’t Mind”, “What Do I Get”, “Love You More” as well as releasing, in Singles going Steady, “possibly the greatest A and B-side compilation of any band, ever” (Uncut), 2006 sees the release of Flat-Pack Philosophy, 14 songs and 36 minutes of true punk brilliance.

30 years after making their debut supporting the Sex Pistols in Manchester, Buzzcocks rightfully took home the Inspiration Award at the MOJO Awards, and their Christmas show at the Forum brings together a line up that celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Punk in style.

Joining Manchester’s finest are fellow residents from the Roxy Club EATER, DJ DON LETTS AND KRIS NEEDS. EATER, fresh from selling out the 100 club in September, are arguably the archetypal first wave punkers: a bunch of school kids ignited into anarchic action by the appalling influence of the utterly irresponsible Sex Pistols. School kids by day, Punk Rock luminaries by night.

Helping with the party favours is original Roxy ’77 DJ DON LETTS, doing what he does best, melting the in-house system with the best roots, ska and reggae sounds known to man, along with KRIS NEEDS who will also be spinning the best godamn music on the planet.

Also featuring a retrospective photo / art exhibition with artwork by MALCOLM GARRETT and photos by CHRIS GABRIN and KEVIN CUMMINS this is a celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Punk not worth missing.

Tickets available from 0870 060 3777 and online at www.meanfiddler.com and www.seetickets.com

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