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THIS SATURDAY, at the Bonus Arena, located in the heart of the city centre, one of the fastest rising bands to come out of Hull in recent years, Bud Sugar will take to the stage and will be sure to bring the walls down with their fast-paced, ‘ska meets punk’ sound and energy. With special guest Endoflevelbaddie and a supporting set from Vialetters, it is sure going to be an event full of diverse and individualistic music with an honest and feel-good atmosphere.



Endoflevelbaddie will perform a kinetic set with his extensive band of musicians and singers. Bringing beats that will echo across the walls of the Bonus Arena, Baddie will electrify alongside a plethora of Hull-based performers; from Lyn Acton of Pearl’s Cab Ride and Luke Bowe of the Humber’s own Young Jack. Be sure to get to the event sharply to catch this set of stunning beats! 




Formed in a small, Tenfoot garage in Hull, Vialetters are a young, up and coming, five-piece band looking to grow their audience and improve their craft gig by gig. Curating sound similar to that of The Magic Gang and early decade Arctic Monkeys, Vialetters blend influences from all corners of the music scene, past and present, to make what they call their ‘bubblegum pop’ aesthetic. After releasing their latest single ‘Genera’ in June 2019, which mixes guitar dance with controversial lyrical statements about the relationship between youth and celebrity, Vialetters are sure to build a reputation over the next few years, starting on September 14th at the Bonus Arena.





Being one of Hull’s fastest rising bands, Bud Sugar are a family fronted party band, set to bounce and spin across the Bonus Arena stage with their ska, afrobeat sound, and feel-good energy. After building their audience over the years of energetic and upbeat performances in and out of Hull, Bud Sugar have had the opportunity to travel the country supporting the likes of British Sea Power and The Beat, including a set on BBC Introducing, while still maintaining their family and friendly routes with their music and fans. After releasing music for years, including singles, EPs and in 2018, their first, full-length album, ‘Vampire’, seeing Bud Sugar on the Bonus Arena stage once again will be a must-see experience.




Preview by: Joe Spivey

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