8 Sep 2017
The Wendys and Sons of the Descent double-header 
The Wendys live at Audio Glasgow 30 September 2017

The Wendys make another highly welcome live return September with Sons of the Descent (Ian White out of The Wendys' other band) in support on Saturday 30 September at Audio in Glasgow.

Please note: Time for Action are no longer playing at this gig but the flyers don't seem to have been updated.

Tickets priced 12.00 GBP are available from macevents.bigcartel.com until the end of May.

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The Wendys
with Sons of the Descent
Saturday 30 September
Audio
Midland St
Glasgow

www.tickets-scotland.com.

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