Video Nasties, Kid British for Southampton Joiners 'Great Escape'

One wristband gets you in to a month of gigs at the venue this May

Video Nasties, Kid British for Southampton Joiners 'Great Escape'
The Southampton Joiners venue is hosting a range of gigs throughout May featuring acts also playing Brighton's Great Escape festival.

Bands including Johnny Foreigner, Dananananakroyd, The Boxer Rebellion, Video Nasties and White Rose Movement will all play The Joiners Escape, which aims to give fans in Southampton the chance to see some of the Great Escape acts on their doorstep.

A wristband, costing £15, enables fans to get everyone into each Joiners Escape show, although individual tickets are also available.

Band's confirmed for The Joiners Escape are:

Johnny Foreigner
The Boxer Rebellion
White Rose Movement
One Eskimo
Kid British
Twighlight Sad
Video Nasties
Copy Haho
R o m a n c e
Venice Ahoy

To check the availability of The Joiners Escape tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Great Escape takes place from May 14-16 throughout Brighton.

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