Anton Powers, Tea Street Band and more this Christmas at Marine Street Social in New Brighton
Line-up includes headliners Bez from Happy Mondays, The Tea Street Band, Liverpool DJ Anton Powers and Everton’s Marcel Brands at New Brighton venue.
Top acts have been announced to headline Wirral’s newest and most exciting venue, Marine Street Social, throughout November and December – including live music, superstar DJs and football legends.
Bez from Happy Mondays takes to the stage for a special one-off DJ set on December 14. Tickets are free – simply register on Skiddle to guarantee entry.
Hot off the release of their second album, Frequency, Liverpool’s The Tea Street Band bring their country-wide tour to Marine Street Social on December 7. Again, tickets are free. Visit Skiddle to register.
In conjunction with Everton in the Community and hosted by Everton’s Wallasey Supporters Club, November 30 will see Marine Street Social welcome Everton director of football, Marcel Brands, plus ex-blues, Ian Snodin and Graham Stuart, for a special charity night.
And just announced – Liverpool DJ, Anton Powers, will play a special set on Boxing Day. Having performed his mixes at some of the UK’s biggest festivals including Creamfields, as well as some of Liverpool’s biggest clubs, Powers is well known in the city and beyond. Tickets cost just £5 and are available from Skiddle.
Other highlights include Kazabian (December 1) and AKA Noel Gallagher (December 22) – among the best tribute acts around.
Carl Burleigh, general manager, Marine Street Social, said:
“We might be new to the scene, but Marine Street Social is already well on its way to becoming the premium music venue on the Wirral. We’ve got a great line-up in the lead-up to Christmas – including Bez from the Happy Mondays, The Tea Street Band, and the amazing Everton charity night, not to mention today’s announcement of Anton Powers and his Boxing Day special. There’s something for everyone.”
As well as top notch entertainment, Marine Street Social also boasts the very best in independent food and drink on the Wirral – including Shank’s Liverpool, Marine Central Perk, Goodie, AJ’s Siu Mai Liverpool and Guerilla Guerilla, serving up delicious dishes from around the world.
And football fans can enjoy all the best live sporting action at the venue, including Liverpool and Everton games, on the two large projector screens.