Manchester band to perform in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 20:00 06 June 2018

Jordan Allen. Picture: Sonic PR

Jordan Allen. Picture: Sonic PR

Sonic PR

A fresh-faced rock ‘n’ roll band from Greater Manchester will embark on a tour of the UK.

Jordan Allen. Picture: Sonic PRJordan Allen. Picture: Sonic PR

Jordan Allen have in the past taken the city by storm offering up captivating sets.

Now they hope to do the same after a hugely successful sell-out 16-date winter tour in recent months.

The quintet of Danny Quin, Kieran Loughran, Nathan Howard and Jordan will performing their most popular singles including Helter Skelter, Too Much Too Soon and Dancing In The Dark.

The band have already caused a flurry on BBC Radio 6 and Radio X and has performed at both Leeds and Reading festivals.

Jordan Allen will be at Bristol’s The Mother’s Ruin, in St Nicholas Street, on June 8 at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £6.60, are available from www.ents24.com/bristol-events/the-mothers-ruin and are listed under This Feeling – Bristol.

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