It's nearly time for the Christmas party!!!!
After over 10 years of gigging the live music scene in and around the southwest, Joker return to where it all began........ The Hub!!
With the Xmas party selling out every year and constant fan requests for a bigger venue..... you have your wish :-)
A monstrous PA system, a separate bar and a fantastic history of live music, the most decorated live music venue in the city will see an epic night of live music and Christmas cheer.
Support bands are to be announced.........
Tickets will sell out fast so be sure to get in quick........
Tickets are £10 and available from the following options:
(Please state how many you require and add £1 for postage per order)
Or visit Vibes Music Store (Mayflower Street Plymouth)
Or from any upcoming Joker Gig
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Joker are a four piece Indie/Rock band.
Considered by many to be Plymouth’s most successful covers band, having played at virtually every live music venue within the city and throughout the SouthWest to capacity crowds.The band has huge energy on stage and perform each gig as if it’s their last! The show is accentuated by a professional light and laser show adding to the electric atmosphere.
Playing at the best venues the South West has to offer including Tavistock Wharf, Plymouth Grosvenor Casino, the Walkabout chain of venues , Boomerangs ,Plymouth Post Office Inn, Rodney Inn Saltash and the Lifeboat Inn St Ives - Joker continue to leave venues filled with sweaty frenzied fans wanting more. The variety of events played have to be seen to be believed and include Australia Day, Dartmouth RN College and Plymouth Tattoo Convention as well as regular slots raising funds for Help for Heroes at Plymouth bike Night held on Plymouth Hoe as well as further charitable work including Tavisrock and Rockfest Convention.
Although Joker are best known for Indie rock covers, some earlier original tracks made it onto an acclaimed surfing video documentary ‘Long Way Round’. The following summarises Joker’s most memorable moments:
Following on from the Kaiser Chiefs and Example to play the MTV crashes stage on Plymouth Hoe
Launching of National campaign‘The Kids are Alright’ with live performance Plymouth City Centre
Headlining Kingsbridge Fairweek
Live Performance at Newquay’s infamous ‘Run to the Sun’
Headlining St Ives Two week music festival
Headlining Tavisrock festival
Supporting X Factor finalist Jamie ‘Afro’ Archer
Supporting X Factor finalists Stacey Soloman and Olly Murrs at the Plymouth airshow
Televised BBC Spotlight appearance as the resident band for ‘Children in Need’
In 2011 the band released a CD single. A cover of the Cranberries classic "Zombie", recorded to raise money for Help For Heroes after a close personal friend of the band received devastating news that his son Samuel Bassett had been killed whilst serving in Afghanistan. The EP also contains covers of "Run" by Snow Patrol and "Monster" by The Automatic as well as live footage of "Time is Running Out" by Muse.