Skindred Headline Stadium Rocks

Stadium RocksStadium Rocks will be the first of it’s kind held at Cwmbran Stadium on Saturday 26th October, with organisers announcing Skindred as its 2019 headliner.

Supporting Skindred will be five of the countries most exciting up and coming bands in rock; Those Damn Crows, Tigress, Who Knows Didley, Fallen Temples and

Doors open at 4pm with Support acts starting at 4:45pm. Tickets are just £25 each, to book visit .

Headliners Skindred should need no introduction. The Ragga Punk Metal outfit from Newport have been wowing crowds for years now, and if you see their name on a bill, then you can be guaranteed a night to remember. Latest album ‘Big Tings’ was released last year on Napalm Records, and served as a timely reminder of the powerful punch that the band pack. Chances of you performing the “Newport Helicopter” on Saturday 26th October? Almost a certainty.

Those Damn Crows are on a rapid ascent at the moment, and gathering a head of steam as they look forward to the release of their second album ‘Pint Of No Return’ in early February. The five piece from Bridgend have graced the stages at Download Festival, Ramblin Man Fair, Steelhouse Festival, Hard Rock Hell and Planet Rockstock, to name a few, and now it’s nearly time for them to add Stadium Rocks to that illustrious line-up.

Also appearing are; Chelsmford five piece Tigress who have just completed a quick jaunt round the UK on their own headlining tour, South Wales based rock band Who Knows Didley, Fallen Temples – a three-piece hard rock band also from South Wales, and modern alt-rock trio Tribeless, who have just released the video for their debut single ‘Angels’.

More information on Stadium Rocks can be found on the official website – here.




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