New Noise / Collision Bacchus, Union St, Kingston Our punk / emo night New Noise is migrating to Fridays and merging with the Friday night indie / alt night Collision. We take over Kingston's go-to cellar bar, Bacchus, and fill it with a fusion of punk/emo into into/alt every fortnight. From 10pm - 12:30am, we'll run as New Noise, playing a range of punk through to ska and back to emo, you can expect to hear bands such as Bring Me The Horizon, A Day To Remember, blink-182, State Champs, Paramore, My Chemical Romance, Less Than Jake, Jimmy Eat World, Reel Big Fish, The Used, You Me At Six, Don Broco and obviously much more! From 12:30 onwards, we'll gradually move tothe regular sounds of Collision. with tunes from the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Jamie T, The 1975, Disclosure, MGMT, The Killers, Bastille, Foo Fighters, MGMT, Feeder and many more, with a sprinkling of the more well known New Noise anthems. 10pm - 3am £4 before 11:30 (with flyer on your phone) £7 before 12:30 £8 afterwards Please note: Bacchus is an 18+ venue, so please bring photo ID or you won't be able to get in!
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