2000s chart-toppers Crazy Town to perform at The Electric Banana

PUBLISHED: 21:00 05 April 2018

Crazy Town will perform at The Electric Banana.

Crazy Town will perform at The Electric Banana.


A chart-topping United States band will take to a Weston-super-Mare stage this month.

Crazy Town will perform at The Electric Banana, in Oxford Place, on April 18 at 7pm.

The Californians shot to fame in 2000 with their hit Butterfly, which reached number one in the States and peaked at three in the UK top-40.

Follow-up tunes Revolving Door and Drowning also charted, and the rap-rockers are guaranteed to deliver a powerful and energetic performance.

Supporting Crazy Town will be promising Weston-based outfit Visions To Kill, who are fronted by Ryan 
Inglis and fuse rock and rap rounds.

The band will showcase material from their debut album Beast, which was backed by top producer Romesh Dodangoda.

Tickets, priced £13.20, are available online at www.seetickets.com/event/crazy-town/the-electric-banana/1205620

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