The Waterloo Music Bar
Tel: 01253 407886
Stevie R. Pearce (Love/Hate & Warrior Soul) and the Hooligans play The Waterloo on Friday 17th November with Guests Senton Bombs, Psychobabylon and Montagu
Two Tone sensations and fresh from a uk tour with Madness, we have Buster Shuffle playing The Waterloo on Sunday 12th November
Ska Wonders Popes Of Chillitown will be coming to The Waterloo as part of their 2017 UK Tour on Thursday 26th October
The Real McKenzies are to play not one but two shows on Tuesday 5th (Acoustic Set) and Wednesday 6th (Electric Set) of September. FREE ENTRY for both shows.
Big News. Uli Jon Roth is playing The Waterloo on Thursday December 21st. Tickets £20 and can be purchased at Seetickets.com or at the venue
Just in. The Stevie Nimmo Trio are to play The Waterloo as part of The Kite Club with a special performance on Thursday September 21st, Tickets £10 in Adv £15 otd, Tickets can be purchased @ Seetickets.com or the venue
WOW Bad Manners are confirmed for Sunday July 23rd Tickets £10 @ Seetickets.com
We are pleased to confirm Chris Holmes (WASP) will be playing The Waterloo on the final night of his Mean Man UK Tour on Saturday 1st July. FREE ENTRY
Just in: Who's Back the Uk's #1 Tribute to The Who will be playing The Waterloo on Saturday 12th August
Discharge plus Avarus, Sick56
Friday December 1st
This is a £5:00 ticket event £7:00 on the door
Main Grains plus Senton Bombs, New Generation Superstars
Friday 16th June
The Norman Beaker Band
Friday 26th May
Friday 6th October
Friday 3rd November
Friday 20th October
Aladdinsane (David Bowie Tribute)
Friday 19th May
The Cracked Friday June 9th
Related To Lions + Jay Thackery Friday 10th Feb
The Shakers Blues Band Friday 17th Feb
The AC/DC Experience UK Tour Pre-show just added to the gig list in February
The Jam Collective (The Jam Tribute) added to the gig list in February
Mainly Madness (Madness Tribute) added to The Waterloo Big Tribute Weekend in July along with Blondied (Blondie Tribute)
Dogsflesh just added to the System of Hate Gig in July
A long time ago, in a decade far, far away (the 80's) the music venues were full of bands playing Duran Duran covers and dodgy versions of All Right Now......
Just when we thought all hope was lost, along came a freedom fighter. His name became the stuff of legend. He was Mick Schofield. He thought that if he booked great bands, the people would come. So he did, and they did, and it was good.
The Kite club was born! It continued for many years. After Mick's untimely death the tradition was continued by Don, Stuart and errr, me.
Great names appeared such as Walter Trout, Joe Bonamassa, Sherman Robertson, Albert Lee, Bert Jansch, King King, Chris Farlowe etc...
It has lain dormant for a few years now but the baton has been picked up again by Ian Fletcher and The Waterloo.
Ian has worked hard over the last year or so to build up a great music venue in Blackpool at The Waterloo. He wants to now provide regular blues/rock nights under the banner of The Kite Club.
The Kite Flies On..........