Fiery Bird Venue in Woking is hosting Punk Valentine on Saturday 16th February - twelve hours of punk and post punk music from some of the best bands on the scene today!
Line up includes a semi acoustic appearance from the Chords UK whose early work such as Maybe Tomorrow and So Far Away have been cited as some of the most iconic of the post punk era. Their latest album penned by Chris Pope Nowhere Land has been attracting critical acclaim across the UK as they gig the latest set of their blistering observational songs.
Other bands playing on the day will be Finn Panton from Menace’ new project Seeds of 77, Woking’s own Phoenix Chroi, Stone Heroes, Kilter, Jellly, Holy Faction, Broken Idols, Plague UK, Rage DC, The Glorias, The Anoraks and Nancy Boy (Placebo tribute).
"We are thrilled to bring this event to our venue. This is just an example of the high quality of bands bringing new music to the scene, some of them building on success of their previous ventures to create new work and show that the grassroots punk scene is alive and kicking."
- Festival Director Elaine McGinty
All ages noon - 6pm
14+ from 6pm - midnight
£10 early bird or £15 in advance for 12 hours of the best music out there today
Fiery BIrd Venue is a temporary venue in a disused 1000cap nightclub in Woking until March 2020. It is run by Phoenix Cultural Centre CIC a non profit group set up by residents, musicians and community workers seeking a permanent live music, cultural and grassroots arts venue in Woking Town Centre to support its community in music, training, wellbeing and cohesion work. All its profits go back into the community and proceeds from this festival will go to support its work.