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FHR Presents: Brasser + Megalomatic + Oliver Wardell tickets

Broadcast in Glasgow

Saturday 16th July 2022

7:30pm til 10:15pm

Minimum Age: 18

The debut headline show for unstoppable alt-rock two piece Brasser.

 

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FHR Presents: Brasser + Megalomatic + Oliver Wardell on Saturday 16th July 2022

Free Hat Records Presents:

Brasser + Megalomatic + Oliver Wardell

16.7.22

Broadcast, Glasgow

18+ Only

Brasser:

Alt-rock newcomers Brasser are set to take on their debut headline show, loaded with visceral riffs and soaring choruses.

Megalomatic:

Glasgow trio Megalomatic, off the back of their recent debut album 'The Benbecula Tree, the post-hardcore band pack a punch with their progressive, face melting riffs packed full of passion and controlled emotion.

Oliver Wardell:

Alt-rock singer/songwriter Oliver Wardell produces catchy and powerful guitar lines, make sure to check out his most recent album 'Take It Personally'.

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Metal, Pop Rock, Rock

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): £5 (Additional fees may apply)

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427 Sauchiehall Street,
Glasgow,
G2 3LG

Tel: 0141 332 7304

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