Attica Rage August Tour Dates

In addition to their already-announced second stage headline appearance at this year’s BULLDOG BASH on Saturday 11th August, Attica Rage have been confirmed for the TWO RIVERS MUSIC FESTIVAL in Paisley with The Union and more on 4th August and a return visit to the LONDON GARAGE to support Silent Descent on 25th August.

Two Rivers Music Festival is held in County Square (just outside Gilmour St station), Paisley, Scotland on Saturday 4th August with live music from The Union, Attica Rage, The Wee Band, The Amorettes and more, hosted by Tom Russell and Phil ‘The Crack’ McCrackin from Real XS.  Music starts from 12midday and runs until approx 8pm.  Tickets – FREE entry!  All ages welcome / family friendly event. Check out the Facebook event page here

The 26th Bulldog Bash takes place at Shakespeare County Raceway, Long Marston, Stratford upon Avon between Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th August   “Europe’s Loudest Biker Party” is packed with entertainment, including dragstrip racing (plus your chance to race your bike up the strip), stunt demos, a custom motorcycle and car show, live bands over two stages, dance tent with top club DJs, adult entertainment, trade stalls, fairground & more. Attica Rage headline the Area 81 Rock Club stage on Saturday 11th August – other bands on this stage include XUFO, Huron, Mothers Ruin, Hellbound, Imicus, Hostile, Virus, Black Wolf and loads more.  Main stage acts include Bad Manners, Nico Tamburella, The Urban Voodoo Machine, The Union, Viking Skull and a variety of tribute bands from Hells Bells, Boot Led Zeppelin & The Sex Pistols Experience. Advance tickets are £60 and on sale now – visit the official website for full line-up and ticket info at http://bulldogbash.eu

Ahoy presents SILENT DESCENT + ATTICA RAGE + THE DEAD LAY WAITING + CITY OF ASHES at the Relentless Garage, Highbury Corner, London on Saturday 25th August.  Doors 5pm. Age restrictions – Strictly over 14s. Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult 18+ (photographic ID required to gain entry).  Tickets £10 + booking fee on sale now – click here!