Peace, Circa Waves and Band of Skulls are going to play intimate hometown shows for charity

Money from ticket sales will go to the Music Venues Trust.
Jack Daniel’s and the Music Venues Trust have teamed up for a series of hometown gigs in support of independent venues.

The trio of shows will see Circa Waves play a tiny show in Liverpool, Peace in Birmingham, and Band of Skulls in Southampton.

The details are:

Circa Waves – Thursday 5th April @ Heebie Jeebies, Liverpool

Peace – Monday 9th April @ Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Band Of Skulls – Wednesday 25th April @ The Joiners, Southampton

Tickets for all shows go on sale from midday Friday 2nd March.

Music Venues Trust is a charity created to protect the UK live music network by securing the long-term future of iconic grass roots music venue, and 100% of all ticket sales will go to help the charity.

Mark Davyd, CEO of the Music Venue Trust, comments: “We’re thrilled to extend our partnership with Jack Daniel’s with these fantastic Homecoming shows which are a vital part of the nationwide Fightback by Grassroots Music Venues, artists and audiences. Working together we can stop closures, secure a long-term future for venues, and start to improve Britain’s grassroots circuit.”

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