Brothers Cider is proud to announce the 'Brothers Flavour of Freedom Tour' in association with Strummerville. Born at Glastonbury in 1995, Brothers, the original pear cider will be hosting a series of warm up gigs from Molotov Jukebox, Beans on Toast, Supernovas, Crowns, and The Din who will be on the festival circuit this summer. The events are completely FREE and will take place from Thursday 3rd to Saturday 19th May in towns & cities around the UK.
All the bands will be making an appearance on this year's event circuit playing at festivals including Secret Garden Party and Bestival. The 'Freedom Tour' provides a fantastic opportunity to see them in advance completely FREE of charge. The tour will take in the cities of Bath, Southampton, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Newcastle, Nottingham, Preston, and Liverpool.
Brothers Managing Director, Matthew Showering, said, "We are always looking for ways to support Brothers stockists and offer something unique to our fans. Joe Strummer used to visit our bar at Glastonbury, so it's our pleasure to support Strummerville and the opportunities it gives people through music. The 'Freedom Tour' presents the perfect opportunity to showcase some of Strummerville's best talent, offering our fans the chance to see them first before they hit the festivals – completely free of charge."
The tour dates for these FREE shows are:
Molotov Jukebox, Beans on Toast, The Supernovas
Thu 03 May Moles, Bath
Thu 10 May Avondale House, Southampton
Fri 11 May Varsity, Plymouth
Sat 12 May Inferno, Bournemouth
Crowns, Beans on Toast, The Din
Wed 16 May The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne
Thu 17 May Bodega, Nottingham
Fri 18 May Adelphi, Preston
Sat 19 May Heebie Jeebies, Liverpool
The shows are all FREE entry on first-come, first-served basis.
Strummerville is a registered charity that gives opportunities to aspiring musicians and support to projects that change the world through music.
The charity also runs a special projects fund helping homeless and vulnerable people through music, developing music communities in the UK and Africa and much more.
For further information please visit: www.brotherscider.co.uk/FreedomTour
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article by: Scott Williams
| published: 30/03/2012 11:52|