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ANOTHER act has been confirmed for an incredible weekend of live music.

British rock band The Brew, who have played across a whole host of venues throughout Europe, will play alongside Scouting for Girls and Reverend and the Makers at Bolton Live.

The trio of acts will perform as part of a new initiative that will see artists play live music in the Premier Suite at the Macron Stadium.

The event will take place on Sunday, August 21 st and early bird tickets are now on sale.

Damian Chadwick, venue controller at the Macron Stadium, said: “Securing the Brew is another piece of the Bolton Live jigsaw complete.

“The Brew will play alongside two excellent bands in Reverend and the Makers and Scouting for Girls, they’ve played all over Europe and performed in front of some bumper crowds.

“The announcements don’t stop there, we’re always in discussions with bands and we’ll hope to reveal further acts in the near future.”

The Brew, hailing from the city of Grimsby, have gone from strength to strength since the release of their international breakthrough, The Joker.

The band has twice appeared on Germany’s prestigious Rockplast show and have toured with the likes of ZZ Top and Lynryd Skynryd as well as playing alongside the likes of Jeff Beck, Chickenfoot and Joe Satriani.

Back in 2014, The Brew played on the main stage in front of 250,000 people at Europe’s largest festival, Woodstock festival, which is in Poland.

Bolton Live doesn’t stop there as bands will also perform live music on Saturday, August 20 th .

Mod legends Secret Affair, who perform mod revival, power pop and soul genres of music and well- known band From the Jam, will co-headline the day, which is also in the Premier Suite.

Early bird tickets for the music show cost £21 and they are on sale now.

To purchase visit http://www.boltonlive.co.uk or http://www.solidentertainments.com or customers can call 0844 871 2932 or 01472 349222.

For more information about Bolton Live and to find out what other events are going on at the Premier Suite, visit http://www.boltonlive.co.uk.

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