Tag: Waterfront

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SHAME TAKE OVER THE WATERFRONT

Shame couldn’t have picked a more fitting venue for Norwich than Waterfront. Having played here once before in 2018, the band were familiar with the venue and this could clearly be seen with their performance on 16 [removed ‘th’ after 16- not concrete’s style] November. Before Shame took to the stage, support acts The Umlauts…

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Concrete’s Great Gig Guide Oct/Nov

She Drew the Gun: NAC  Norwich Arts Centre will house She Drew the Gun and support act Bugeye on October 28th. The England based act describes themselves as creating “hypnotic and darkly ornate psych-pop” and are fronted by guitarist Louisa Roach. An interesting act to check out, especially if you’re yet to visit Norwich Arts…

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Fatherson: Scot-rock takeover

It seems somewhat fitting that Fatherson have arrived in Norwich on World Mental Health Day. The band have always been candid with mental health and feelings of loneliness, painting a cinematic background that has united a cult fanbase in singalongs and earnest connection. Ever huge on record, the band face the challenge of keeping their…

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Spring King: surf-punk

Manchester four-piece Spring King stopped off in Norwich on their first tour of the new year. These guys are no strangers to the “fine city”, previously selling out Waterfront last year. As doors opened on this cold Tuesday evening, fans started to slowly fill up the venue, in anticipating a night of energetic indie infused…

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