Three Daft Monkeys to perform at Brit Bar

PUBLISHED: 20:00 14 June 2018

Three Daft Monkeys.

Three Daft Monkeys.


A top festival band will play at a Weston venue next month.

Three Daft Monkeys will bring their Celtic and eastern influence to the Brit Bar in July.

The folk quartet hope to wow the crowd with their infectious dancing rhythms and take their fans on a ‘musical journey’.

The group has previously performed an energetic set at Glastonbury Festival and were declared the ‘highlight of the festival’ by BBC’s Mark Radcliffe.

They have starred on BBC Radio 2 Folk Show and performed a live session with Whispering Bob Harris on Radio 2.

They have toured across the UK and around Europe with The Levellers and have opened for the likes of Hawkwind, Bellowhead, Show Of Hands and Dreadzone as well as headlining their own national tours.

Three Daft Monkeys will be performing at the Brit Bar, off Weston’s High Street, on July 5 at 7pm.

Entry to the gig will be free.

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