The Black Jackals are to headline the next live showcase at Friars Court.
Friars Live returns to the Barbauld Street venue with performances by four artists on Saturday, April 1.
They will be joined by Calling Alaska who will be playing their first Warrington show to promote their debut EP, Escape Plan.
Also taking to the stage will be Dirty Berns. The Warrington four-piece have been invited back after a ‘blistering performance’ earlier this year.
The Black Jackals are a Liverpool rock band, who are influenced by Kasabian and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and were recently signed to Sound Hub Records.
Warrington trio Fez, influenced by Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Hunna, complete the line-up.
They will be making their Friars Live debut after showcasing their sound in Manchester.
Sophie Cade, Seb Caddick and Ben Hoyles relaunched Friars Live in October 2016.
They were inspired after hosting a fundraising concert for the Viola Beach Memorial Fund at the venue in September.
The Black Jackals headline Friars Live on Saturday, April 1.Doors open at 7pm and entry is £4 on the door.
Click here to read more about The Black Jackals’ psychic senses and juggling the band around PVC Windows! (Warrington Guardian)