Widgykeff back after four years

Widgykeff to play at Hebden Bridge Town Hall
Widgykeff to play at Hebden Bridge Town Hall
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Indie punk band Widgykeff will play Hebden Bridge Town Hall on Friday.

After a four-year hiatus, Widgykeff have reunited and put together a phenomenal comeback set to play alongside local favourites The Stations and The Tiny Minds.

Widgykeff formed in 2005 and since then have acquired a record deal with Manchester label King Prawn Records, as well as releasing an album and gaining airtime on BBC Radio 1.

After a plethora of gigs across the country including the reputable Night and Day Cafe and Academy 3 in Manchester, the band took a break to pursue their own interests. But now they’re back in full force to project chaotic sounds to the masses again.

Well known rockers The Stations will also be performing on the night along with a debut performance from The Tiny Minds, an up-and-coming rock band from Hebden Bridge.

Doors open at 8.30pm and tickets are £4. In addition to a great night of live music there will also be a barbecue.

For tickets call 07873 773962 or buy on the door.