Aussie reggae-rockers heading to Bristol’s O2 for summer gig

PUBLISHED: 08:00 21 July 2016

Sticky Fingers are heading to Bristol.

Sticky Fingers are heading to Bristol.

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An Australian band with a back catalogue as varied and diverse as their nation’s population is heading to the South West this summer on the latest stop of a successful world tour – ahead of the release of a third album this year.

Long-haired Aussie reggae-rockers Sticky Fingers will be headlining Bristol’s O2 Academy, in Frogmore Street, on August 30.

Stifi, as they are known by their legions of fans back in their homeland, are famous for their melting pot style of music, drawing influence from reggae, psych and pop – not forgetting a healthy serving of bourbon for inspiration.

Doors for this must-see event open at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £11.25, are available from www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybristol


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