Gig Preview: Don’t miss out on great live music nights

West Coast Rock Cafe, Abingdon St, Blackpool.

West Coast Rock Cafe, Abingdon St, Blackpool.

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Get set for a lively night at West Coast Rock Cafe tomorrow – Swedish punk-rockers Fornicators are in town.

Tim, Hampus, Daniel and Erik are touring the UK with No Decorum from Manchester, and will be playing at the Abingdon Street venue tomorrow.

Highlights of their tour so far included a headline slot at this year’s Nice ‘n’ Sleazy Festival in Morecambe.

The Blackpool show will be the penultimate performance before their gig at The Bird’s Nest in London on Saturday. They describe their influences as Rancid, NOFX and The Dropkick Murphys

If that’s your thing, doors are at 8pm and it’s £3 on the door.

Support comes from three local acts – the Drop Out Wives, Dischord and The Senton Bombs, who were recently signed to STP records.

For more visit www.facebook.com/Fornicators/info

• Ska Face, one of the most popular acts on the local scene are in action on Saturday when they play 53 Degrees in Preston.

For more go to www.skaface.info

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