Chris Scott presents The Party Fettlers
Chris Scott presents The Party FettlersSaturday 24 September 2022
Ten years after his last headline performance at The Grand, Clitheroe-native Chris Scott returns for a rare one-off public performance to celebrate the release of new original material. Accompanied by his bombastic 6-piece band The Party Fettlers, Chris promises to deliver a spectacular show full of 80s and 90s popular classics, reworked modern hits and a range of original material, some from yesteryear and some brand new material.
His band, recently renamed as The Party Fettlers, comprise local lads Elliot Chapman and Jamie Turner, alongside bassist Aaron Schofield and guitarist Will Rogers. After performing professionally for over a decade, Chris and his band promise to deliver a unique and slick performance to the stage at Clitheroe’s premier music venue.
This is an all-standing event, so get the shots in and see you on the dance floor. We expect it to get sweaty.
Support from… Philip Jonathan
Philip Jonathan is a singer/songwriter originally from Clitheroe, currently based in Newcastle. He released his debut EP PLUMA earlier this year, and will be performing on 24th September with his band. Find out more
Plus support from Alex Johnson
A native of Blackburn, Lancashire, Alex has entertained crowds around the world before returning to Manchester to become a regular of the City Centre music scene.
With a reputation as a human jukebox due to covers ranging from Whitney Houston to Erasure and everything in between no two nights are ever the same!
An accomplished songwriter – Alex’s original songs draw influences from Damien Rice, Paolo Nutini et al and have the uncanny ability to pull on the heartstrings. His single ‘Late Afternoon’ is out on Spotify and Apple Music now.
Supporting… The Brain Tumour Charity
The Brain Tumour Charity is at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain tumours, making a difference every day to the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families. We fund pioneering research to increase survival, raise awareness of the symptoms and effects of brain tumours and provide support for everyone affected to improve quality of life.
We are committed to having the greatest possible impact for every person affected by a brain tumour, to defending the most amazing part of the human body, so that getting the diagnosis of a brain tumour no longer means a death sentence.
Info and booking
- Doors Open:
- General Admission
- Age Restriction:
- 14+ (14-17 year olds must be accompanied by adult)
We are a cashless venue and a ticketless venue, please see our guidelines before visiting