Scunthorpe rockers Glanford to headline next Furnace indie night at Baths Hall
Scunthorpe Baths Hall's indie night, Furnace, will return with bands and DJs on Saturday, September 15.
The night will be headlined by local band Glanford who are set to release their brand new EP this month.
They will be supported by Scunthorpe singer/songwriter Jamie Carnie and more acts yet to be confirmed.
Glanford are regulars on BBC Radio Humberside’s Introducing programme and Jamie Carnie recently performed at The Big Square Bash in Scunthorpe.
Furnace is The Baths Hall’s regular indie night which showcases local bands and artists.
It’s also a showcase for stars of the future.
The last Furnace show in July saw current X-Factor star Jake Quickenden perform and that night’s headliners, 3hour Week, recently performed at the Olympic athletes’ village.
The bands will start at approximately 8.30pm and then DJs will take the party on into the night spinning some of the best indie tunes around, from The Stone Roses and Oasis to Two Door Cinema Club and The Vaccines.
Tickets for the show are £3 for students and £5 everyone else in advance (booking fee may also apply) and £6 on the door.
They are on sale now from The Baths Hall and The Plowright Theatre Box Offices, telephone 0844 8542776