Frank Turner Frank Turner is definitely an old favourite of mine, so when I spotted he was bringing his unique brand of folk-punk to Coventry, I jumped at the chance to go and see him again. Fresh off the Glastonbury stage, he came to Coventry to help raise money for Way Out Arts, an arts programme in Sierra Leone that changes the lives of street, vulnerable, and conflict affected young people through the arts. It’s a very worthy cause, so go check it out!


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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes With the announcement of new album 'End of Suffering’ Frank and his merry band of Rattlesnakes announced a batch of intimate shows to launch their third album onto the world. A chance for them to blow off the cobwebs and for Frank to stand on people again. Tonight saw them kick their way into coventry to terrorise a sold out Empire.


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Skindred An evening of feeling slightly lost in a 90s time-warp surrounded by crustys, old metal heads and a mixed bag Download crowd. The joy of Skindred brings all the groups to the yard!


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