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Acts to perform at Weston-super-Mare venue

PUBLISHED: 20:00 22 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:46 27 February 2018




Two top acts will perform at a Weston venue this week.


The Bear Inn will welcome two heavy metal bands this weekend.

Canadian heavy mental band Anvil formed in 1981 and will perform at the Weston inn as part of their Pounding The Pavement tour.

The band are made up of vocalist Steve Kudlow, drummer Robb Reiner and their bassist Chris Robertson.

Sharing the stage with the band is Chariot, who opened the 1987 Reading Festival.


The group, who star in their own show on the BBC have performed alongside Venom, Exodus and Man O War and this will be a rare opportunity to see the new wave heavy mental band in Weston.

The bands will be playing live at The Bear Inn, in Walliscote Road, at 7pm tomorrow (Friday).

Tickets, priced £15.95 area available from www.thebearinnweston.co.uk or on the door, although this is subject to availability.

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