ECHO & The Bunnymen

Tickets bought via android phone or iPad will not have the option to choose seats. Seat choice is only available on some laptops and desk top computers.


19:00 Doors Open
20:00 Support Act
20:30 Interval
21:00 Echo & The Bunnymen
22:30 Curfew

Echo & The Bunnymen
“Like other great bands, Echo and the Bunnymen thrived on the chemistry of its four elements, with each having a distinct personality that operated at full steam only when together. Mac the mouth, Will the psychedelia loving trekkie, Les the dream-obsessed rock around which the band was built and Pete the Trinidad-born foreigner who became a top-class drummer overnight. All four parts together completed the puzzle by the name of Echo and the Bunnymen. They could still function without one of the cogs, mind, yet it wouldn’t be quite the same. DeFreitas was the last to join, in 1980, replacing the less than reliable drum machine, Echo, ahead of initial rehearsals for what would shape up to be their fiery debut, Crocodiles. It aligned them at the forefront of the so-called Manchester-Liverpool axis (Fall/Joy Division-Echo and the Bunnymen/The Teardrop Explodes) and set the tone for their career: post-punk fraught with atmosphere, mystery, psychedelic textures and a surplus of attitude. It didn’t last, of course. How could it? The band splintered apart as their eponymous fifth effort began to make serious inroads in terms of popularity. Mac went it alone, the other guys mystifyingly tried to keep going without their charsimatic singer. Neither made much of a dent and things only spiralled for the worse with Pete DeFreitas’ untimely death. However, with the passing of time, whatever bad blood existed between them begun to evaporate. By ’94 the remaining trio patched things up and gave it another go, beginning one of the extremely rare reunions that has kept a modicum of dignity, with a string of low-key, decent to good albums that continue to this day.”

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is a multi-storey car park on Pier Road that has direct access to Fort Regent. Taxi’s can drop off and pick up at the Entrance to Fort Regent.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Questions can be directed to [email protected]

What’s the refund policy?
UNLESS THE EVENT IS CANCELLED. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. You agree to this no refund policy when you purchase your ticket.

Entry, Bars & Alcohol policy?
Challenge 25 policy
For those lucky to look younger than 25, in accordance with our Challenge 25 policy, our bar staff will be required to check ID at point of sale, so please take this as a compliment as there are those of us who miss being asked.

You must be at least 18 years of age to be served alcohol.

Valid photographic ID is required upon entry to verify your E-Ticket and age. Suitable forms of valid photographic ID include your passport, driver’s licence and any photographic ID that carries the PASS logo. Photocopies are not acceptable.

Enjoy the show!


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