Rock band The Levellers are coming to Dreamland.
The group started out in 1988 and celebrates 30 years in the business this Summer.
Musicians Mark Chadwick and Jeremy Cunningham met in a Brighton pub and, after discovering that they had a fair bit in common, including a left wing view of politics, they decided to form a band.
They soon added Charlie Heather on drums and Jon Sevink on fiddle and, after a short while, Alan Miles to play harmonica, guitar and the mandolin. Renowned for their energetic live shows and festival performances of their anthemic tracks ‘One Way’ and ‘What a Beautiful Day’, the left wing rockers return to the road for a series of gigs this year.
They will perform at Dreamland’s Hall by the Sea on June 14 from 7.30pm.
Tickets are £25 plus booking fee and the gig is for those aged 14 and over. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.