Saturday 9th February 2019 is looking like a great date in the 2019 gig calendar already. Up the road, there’s day two of the Lewes Psychedelic Festival and here in Brighton at Patterns from 7pm there promises to be an exciting evening of good old fashioned live punk rock music.
On the bill are everyone’s favourite Tunbridge Wellians, the Anti-Nowhere League and the original Peacehaven wild kids, Peter & The Test Tube Babies. There is a rumour of a possibility of a third band being added to the lineup should there be enough time, but this has not been confirmed.
The Brighton & Hove News music team are no strangers to both acts as we have reported on their fantastic energetic performances in the area within the past year. Read our review of the Anti-Nowhere League’s 10th February 2018 Patterns, Brighton gig HERE.
No doubt during the evening the lucky punters will be subjected to ‘We Are The League’, ‘Streets Of London’, ‘For You’, ‘I Hate… People’ and the infamous ‘So What?’ from the Anti-Nowhere League. Whereas the Test Tube Babies will no doubt be blasting out ‘Banned From The Pubs’, ‘Run Like Hell’, ‘Moped Lads’, ‘Blown Out Again’, and the legendary Attrix Records track ‘Elvis Is Dead’.
It’s more than likely that this event will sell out, with there being two top acts on the bill, so it is advisable to order your tickets sooner rather than later in order to avoid disappointment.
Tickets can be located HERE.