Street Noise presents…Puppet Rebellion

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Indie rock outfit Puppet Rebellion have been announced as the latest act to play a Street Noise event in support of Big Issue North Trust.

The band, whose debut album Chemical Friends was released last November, will play at Night &Day Café in their hometown of Manchester on Thursday, 5 July.

The show will be the second Street Noise event, following a sell-out performance from Frank Turner at the o2 Manchester Ritz last August. All profits from Street Noise events goes to Big Issue North Trust, and is used to change the lives of Big Issue North vendors.

Henry Rogers, Puppet Rebellion’s drummer, said: “We are very excited to be playing at Street Noise for Big Issue North, helping raise awareness and support for the invaluable work they do to help those in need change their lives.”


PUPPET REBELLION

“…relentless riffs, tight rhythms and fervent vocals ooze the stomping potential that could easily find you raucously jerking your way round an indie club dancefloor.” – City Life

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To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Street Noise presents Puppet Rebellion tickets from Skiddle.

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Interact: Responses to Street Noise presents…Puppet Rebellion

  • Jess
    11 May 2018 09:43
    I cannot wait for this! I love this band and actually met there bass player James once and he was super nice. This is gonna be a wicked gig!

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