Upcoming Events

The Warrington Ska Punk Christmas Show!


Featuring The JB Conspiracy, Andy B and the World, Shackleford, Tim Loud, Warrington Ska Chris & Pals!

Plus we will ridiculously be putting on Muppets Christmas Carol between bands! You know you need a ticket...

Every single penny of ticket sales and mince pies goes to charity! (Band costs have been covered already)

Check out the Facebook Event here too – please share it and let us know you are coming! Let’s sell this thing out!


Previous Events

Catbite & Call Me Malcolm

A hilariously tight Monday night gig, we crammed far too many people into the Cheese, piled nearly all the way up to the ceiling. A total honour to host such a fun day, headlined by our friends from the US, CATBITE!

The Warrington Ska Punk Show 2022!

OH YES! It happened again! The latest Warrington Ska Punk Show!

Featuring the double-headliners JB Conspiracy & Call Me Malcolm, supported by a wacky bunch of superheroes including Boom Boom Racoon, Shackleford, Nutty Skunk and TIC NO TOC!
Plus, practically all the money went to helping kids in need? Crazy good.

Let us know how you found it on the Facebook Event page here:

We raised £1363 for Names Not Numbers charity!

Missed out? Make a donation above or buy some merch (all sales go 100% to charity)!

The 2020 in Person Warrington Ska Punk Show was cancelled… due to that pesky virus.

No worries though… THE WARRINGTON SKA PUNK SHOW LIVESTREAM took place!

With giveaways from two different record labels, 4 live sets, 3 mini interviews, discussions about biscuits – there’s everything you could possibly want here!

Even better, we recorded it, so you can still watch it today:

Our First show was on the 16th March 2019!

A lovely collection of 6 amazing bands came together to make the Warrington Ska Punk Show a proper top night. Shout out to Millie Manders & The Shutup, Smiley & The Underclass, Broken3Ways, The Siknotes, easydread and Hell Death Fury. Thanks also to everyone who came along! We made over £300 for Names not Numbers Charity, and had a rocking old time too…

Let us know if you were there by jumping on our Facebook page and hollerin’ at us…


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We can announce today that our total profit for the Show and merch was just over £300! (Actually £187 at the gig and £117 on merch since!) There’s been a few high profile cases in the scene recently of money not being spent transparently. Not on our watch! Every penny here will be going to @namesnotnumbers charity, and I’ll even chuck out a receipt to prove it at some point! #accountability #doitforthekids Thanks again for all your support, and thanks again to @milliemanders @smileyandtheunderclass @broken3wayska (who still haven’t contacted me to get paid!) @thesiknotesukpunk @easydreadmusic @helldeathfury and everyone who came! Thanks to the insane list of bands on our comp CD too! @skaciety @popesofctown @faintest_idea @nuttyskunkuk @lasteditionska @codename_colin @thehostiles @theundercoverhippy @lead_shot_hazard @illgottengainsband and of course – you guys make the magic happen!

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