• RavenEye Caged Animals Tour (Manchester)

  • Thu, 25-07-2019 at 20:00
  • The Castle Hotel
    66 Oldham Street
    M4 1LE Manchester
RavenEye Caged Animals Tour (Manchester) - The Castle Hotel - Manchester

RavenEye - Caged Animals TourAfter a year off touring, RavenEye are back playing a few selected dates in the UK! Picking some of the smallest venues around, the idea is to bring the GRUNGE back - get intimate, sweaty and rock out face-to-face! The band will only be playing six shows as a warm-up for the release of their much anticipated second album later in the year. Always touted as an undeniable live band, this intimate tour will not be one you want to miss.Dates:12th July - Mother’s Ruin (Bristol)13th July - The Sussex Basement (Tunbridge Wells)14th July - The Prince Albert (Brighton)17th July - The Cannon (Milton Keynes)19th July - Aces & Eights (London) 20th July - RAMBIN’ MAN (Festival)25th July - The Castle Hotel (Manchester)Tickets available from www.raveneyeofficial.com £12 entry with limited tickets available - so get in quick! All shows start at 8pm unless otherwise indicated. *************************************************************************RavenEye are a heavy-rock band based in Milton Keynes. Made for live shows, the band has supported the likes of KISS, Aerosmith, Slash, Deep Purple and The Darkness to name a few and appeared at countless festivals including Reading/Leeds and Download festivals in the UK. With an EP (Breaking Out) and album (NOVA) propelling the band across the globe, their much anticipated second album threatens release later in the year and will set the rock scene alight! “Keep an eye on Raveneye. They are organic, raw and I hear a real ‘70s influence with these guys. When a band like this nails it, you never forget it. Wait for that riff in the middle of the song.” – Nikki Sixx “Even if this is just a modicum of what to expect from future releases, rock n’roll has undoubtedly unearthed the mother load.” – My Global Mind “Raveneye played a stormer. It's always a wonderful thing when a support band wins over someone else's audience.” – Team Rock London