The Wood Burning Savages
Plus Alien Chicks
Hailing from Derry, Northern Ireland, The Wood Burning Savages exude an incendiary punk-rock spirit to match their name.
Their self-released 2018 debut album Stability propelled them into the limelight across the UK and Irish post-punk scene and beyond, winning them the NI Music Prize for Album of the Year and Best Live Act.
The four-piece pairs sharp-witted political commentary with growling, ferocious guitar riffs. They have brought this dynamic and raw energy on tour supporting the likes of Snow Patrol and ASH as well as playing Glastonbury Festival.
The band’s upcoming UK and Ireland tour will be their first headline run of shows since 2019.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Age: 16+ (Under 18’s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start Time: 20.00
“The Wood Burning Savages are undeniably one of the most intelligent and articulate new Irish bands to come along in quite some time.”
The Irish Times
Alien Chicks are a Brixton based post-punk trio, whose music explores jazz, rap, and math rock. Their charisma, humour, and affinity for sonic exploration make for an addictively energetic live show.
Only a year into being a band, they have gained a buzzing grassroots following, always playing to packed crowds, and have sold out the Windmill Brixton alone 9 times, resulting in them being included in Now Waves’ ‘Ones to see in 2023’ series.
The Crofters Rights
Getting to the venue
Location: The Crofters Rights is located near Bristol city centre in Stokes Croft, 550m from The Bearpit and opposite Carriageworks.
Hanging cycle parking is available upon request. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
On street parking is available 200m from the venue. The nearest car parks are St James Barton multi-storey (319 spaces) and Brunswick Square (48 spaces).
Bristol Clean Air Zone
The Crofters Rights is outside but close to the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
Nine Tree Hill bus stop is 100m from the venue. City Centre bus stops are 600m away towards Cabot Circus.
The Crofters Rights is accessible from street level via three steps. The venue is not fully accessible by wheelchair.
There are no accessible toilets at the venue. Toilets are located in the basement via a spiral staircase with 9 steps.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are allowed in the venue.
There is no induction loop facility at this venue.
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