TOTALLY STOKE-D!

And that's despite shocking weather conditions...

Kasabian and AGENT BLUE overcame appalling weather conditions to go guerrilla in STOKE last night (September 12).

The bands were due to play the latest in the series of Anti-Nazi League supported Love Music Hate Racism shows at Hanley Forest Park in Stoke-On-Trent.

However, disaster struck when at 3.30pm, two hours before Agent Blue were due to perform, the main stage blew down due to bad weather and high winds.

However, in true guerrilla spirit, both bands decamped to the Stoke Sugarmill venue and inside of three hours they managed to get both bands’ gear in, organise venue staff and lighting and sell out the 400 capacity venue, charging just £2.

The night also gave Kasabian a chance to celebrate the success of their debut album ‘Kasabian’, which entered the chart at Number Four yesterday, in the company of their fans.