King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut is to run its ‘New Year’s Revolution’ gig series again in January.
The mini-festival at the Glasgow venue will feature over 40 acts, including Campfires In Winter, Book Group, Penguins Kill Polar Bears, The Holy Ghosts, Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5, A New International and Saint Max and the Fanatics (the last 4 on the same bill, on the 11th).
Now in its fourth year, the festival will also feature food and drink promos, and limited ‘Golden Tickets’ to see the whole run of shows, which take place from January 3rd – 16th, will be available.
More at www.kingtuts.co.uk
3rd: the begbies + Soldier On + The Virginia Dons + Lemonhaze
4th: The Banter Thiefs + The Moon Kids + Black Balloons + The Masses
5th: Have Mercy Las Vegas + Rose Parade + King Eider
6th: Harry & the Hendersons + Quinny + The Van T’s + Kith & Kin
7th: Altered Sky + Dancing With Dakota *Over 14s. Doors 8pm*
8th: Campfires In Winter + Book Group + The Lonely Together
9th: Chloé Latimer + Becca Fox + Dougie Crosbie + Chelsey Cornelius *Over 14s. Doors 8pm*
10th: Cherri Fosphate + Model Jet Pilot + This Silent Forest
11th: The Holy Ghosts + Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5 + A New International + Saint Max and the Fanatics
12th: Tijuana Bibles + Dirty Diamond And The Gunslinger + Kirsten Adamson + The Broken Raven
13th: Deathcats + Garden of Elks + Kill Surrrf + Secret Motorbikes
14th: Life On Standby + Mono Six + Penguins Kill Polar Bears *Over 14s. Doors 8pm*
15th: Minor Delilah + The Detours + One Last Secret + Waiting On Jack
16th: Sonny and the Lost Soul Train + Perpetual Motion + Touring Barcelona
(All gigs are over 18s only with doors opening at 8.30pm apart from the three 14s shows listed above)