PARTY with STUPiD and friends at what promises to be another fantastic night of live local music in London Street's Sanctuary. 

Join them tomorrow, Friday, August 29, from 7.45pm.  

If you haven't bought the band's new album YOURS FOR A FIVER yet, the boys will have a nice big bundle for you to get your grubby mits on in exchange for a nice, crisp fiver. 

Party hard until 3am with an alt D.J set after the bands. Admission costs just £3 in after 8.15pm. Free entry for those early birds from 7.45pm - 8.15pm.

Local promoter Shani Saunders runs through the line up:

"STUPiD: Basingstoke band STUPiD are a big, bad ball of energy and fun. Come and enjoy the STUPiD experience! 

With two stonking albums under their belts WOT THE FLOCK (2011) and YOURS FOR A FIVER (2014)...jump on the bandwagon and see what all the noise is about - you won't be disappointed!

ALL ACTION HERO: Alton Punk/Rawk band who have agreed to come out of hiatus to come and play again in Basingstoke. Energetic, humorous, catchy tunes that will have you bouncing. Can't wait to see this awesome band doing what they do best. 

THE FAIL: 3 piece Punk Rock band from Aldershot. The Fail play hard, fast and have a laugh along the way. Beer fuelled, high energy and an appetite for fun and not to be missed. Their new tunes are banging!

SWEET JONNY: Brighton band formed through a general distaste and disillusionment with the current music scene, Sweet Jonny hail from a do-nothing town in the middle of nowhere. A gutter garage rock band - fervent, desperate and violently energetic. Think the Pixies on speed or the Cramps if they were denied it. 

THE WONDERBEERS: Three geezers from Surrey having a load of fun playing geezer punk/ lad rock. If you like partying, are fed up of the grind and want to have a good time, then look no further. Got a great following here in Basingstoke and played Basingstoke live this year. These lads sing about things that, kebabs and being skint! 

With KING OF CLOWNS - Sheldon Sinnamon will be compere and regaling us with his awesome verse between bands."