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WTFest - A Wilhelm Scream, Polar Bear Club And Broadway Calls Are Coming To A Bedroom Near You

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Posted on 27 Jun 09

 
 

Local DIY promoters are the lifeblood of any decent punk rock scene, and Southampton's WrongWayRound seems to be one of the finer ones around the country. They're putting on WTFest, between September 2-6 and featuring the likes of A Wilhelm Scream, Polar Bear Club and Broadway Calls. For all the details, keep reading. But if you need some convincing, here's AWS to acid-burn your face off with riffs. RIFFS.


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It'll be running at various locations around Southampton, with secret free shows in record stores and people's houses alongside a bunch of proper paid gigs at the Joiners Arms. If you want to know where the secret shows are going to be, start following them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/wtfesst. You'll be given about four hours notice, so keep yer iPhone handy, or whatever it is you do with Twitter.

Other tickets for shows are available via the links below:
There's a dual ticket offer going on for Polar Bear Club and A Wilhelm Scream, so you get both shows for just a tenner. You can buy them here

Single tickets for The Flatliners are here

Single tickets for The Flatliners are here

Single tickets for A Wilhelm Scream are here

The line-ups thus far are as follows:
September 2nd – The Joiners
THE FLATLINERS
MIKE TV
PLUS SUPPORT TBA

September 3rd – House show
For details keep your eyes on the twitter page..

September 4 – The Joiners
POLAR BEAR CLUB
BROADWAY CALLS
BURN THE FLEET
CALVINBALL
PLUS MORE TBA

September 5 – House Show & Acoustic acts during the day at a location TBA
OUR TIME DOWN HERE
PLUS VERY SPECIAL AMAZING GUESTS TBA

September 6 – The Joiners
A WILHELM SCREAM
YOU ME AND THE ATOM BOMB
PLUS MORE TBA

 
 
 
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