Local act The Run Up to open for Flogging Molly

PUBLISHED: 17:01 13 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:01 13 November 2018

Local punk band The Run Up will open for Flogging Molly at O2 Academy Bristol

Local punk band The Run Up will open for Flogging Molly at O2 Academy Bristol


Local punk band The Run Up will open for Irish folk punk legends Flogging Molly when the Fireball-Fuelling the Fire tour hits the O2 Academy Bristol, next month.

The five friends from Bristol won the honour after impressing judges at the Fireball’s Hottest Band 2019 Competition, which saw more than 350 bands battle it out to play the opening slot in their hometown of the 10 date UK wide tour, as well as the chance to play a support slot for the entire tour when it returns next year.

Joining headliners Flogging Molly, are The Bronx, So Cal punk veterans Face to Face, and the Glasgow pop-punks from Fireball’s Hottest Band 2018 Lost in Stereo

DJ Matt Stocks, will also return again this year, providing the soundtrack between acts.

Fireball-Fuelling The Fire’ Tour 2018 will be at 02 Academy Bristol, in Frogmore Street, at 5pm.

Tickets, priced £17.40, are available online at www.ticketmaster.co.uk

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