Add A Little Sweetness To Your Night With Sugar Bro...
Hong Kong Live Music showcase returns with headlining winner!
Continuing the Sub Terra theme, The Underground returns with the second showcase at the Hub in Wanchai. First up will be teenage rockers Zero Displacement playing catchy tunes, before Say Mosquito make their Underground return with a new drummer and their signature gypsy-ska songs. Third up is Still Minds - half of Audiotraffic + 1 Tony Lee + 1 Noriko on bass - performing alternative rock led by the sultry vocals of Adrian Da Silva. Finally, headliners Sugar Bro will take the stage and show you the pop-punk sparkle and showmanship that won them Planetrox China 2016 and House of Vans 2016 AND Yamaha Asian Beat Competition 2016.
The Hub on October 15 - bring your lover, your bestie, a drink or two, and enjoy some of the great sounds coming out of the local scene.
Sub Terra #2
Saturday 15th October 2016
9:00pm - Midnight
Bands: Zero Displacement, Say Mosquito, Still Minds & Sugar Bro
The Hub, 1/F, Fortune Building, 150-158 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Advance tickets: HK$100 available at Zuk studios or http://undergroundhk.com
Door tickets: HK$130
Hotline: (852) 9486 4648
More information on the bands: http://undergroundhk.com/2016/10/15/sub-terra-2/
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