CC SMUGGLERS + special guests The Zipheads
Country to Country Warm Up show in aid of homeless charity BeCHaR
7pm, Friday 2nd December, Holy Moly’s, Esquires, Bedford
On Saturday 3rd December CC Smugglers have been invited to play the Country to Country festival at the huge 02 Arena. With a big show on their hands the boys want to be at their tip top best and have decided to bless their home town fans with a secret warm up show this coming Friday in the more intimate surroundings of Holy Moly’s at Esquires.
With Christmas just around the corner CC Smugglers have kindly offered to make this a charity show with monies being donated to BeCHar (Bedford Concern for the Homeless and Rootless) based at the Prebend Street day centre. We will also be collecting donations on the night of tinned food, tea, coffee & clothing, socks and hats to help this worthy cause – for more details of what items are urgently needed, please see their website below.
The evening will run a little different to our regular shows as it is an early event, and doors will be open at the earlier time of 7pm. Special guest support The Zipheads will be on at 7.30 and the CC Smugglers will hit the stage around 8.15pm with the show all wrapped up by 9pm, just in case anyone wants to pop up to the Pearl Handled Revolver show on the main stage afterwards.
Tickets are now on sale priced with a minimum donation of £5 available online here: http://www.seetickets.com/event/cc-smugglers/bedford-esquires/1050835
Tickets also available now here:
Esquires Bar (Open Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Planet Boutique (Open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Mario’s Hair Design Kempston (Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Special guests for the evening are The Zipheads giving a blast of Loud, fast, mad rockabilly/punk/ ska n swing
“As a registered charity, Bedford Concern for the Homeless and Rootless (BeCHaR) has been running The Prebend Day Centre since 1993. We take a holistic approach to helping individuals take the next step towards reintegration into the local community. We achieve this through our drop-in centre and support team, which is available to vulnerable men and women (individuals in crisis) aged 16 and over.” http://www.prebendcentre.org.uk