Tickets for Hartlepool live music night after lockdown sell out already

A punk music event due to take place later this year has sold out already.

Friday, 2nd April 2021, 6:09 pm
Updated Friday, 2nd April 2021, 6:09 pm
A large scooter ride out is planned to launch the return of March of the Mods in November.

The Punk Night at Hartlepool Rovers Rugby Club will take place on Friday, November 26, as part of the Hartlepool March of the Mods weekend.

Organisers have announced it is a sell out while there are only around 60 tickets left for the main event on Saturday, November 27, at the Corporation Social Club, in Whitby Street.

The Punk Night will feature bands The Clashed, Rigid Digits and Milgrims plus several top local DJs.

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The evening, and the Saturday main event, will raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, Alice House Hospice and family of Hartlepool man Mick Neil, a well-known scooter rider and DJ.

Last year’s event had been due to take place in March but was knocked out by the nationwide coronavirus outbreak.

Tickets for the packed Saturday event are £10 in advance available from website

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