YOUTH BANDS NIGHT @Oliver s Nightclub, Huntingdon, May 31 THIS month, Oliver s Nightclub in Huntingdon is hosting its first night of live rock music – introducing a new event and venue to the local music scene. The show takes place on May 31 from 6.30-9.3

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YOUTH BANDS NIGHT @Oliver's Nightclub, Huntingdon, May 31

THIS month, Oliver's Nightclub in Huntingdon is hosting its first night of live rock music - introducing a new event and venue to the local music scene.

The show takes place on May 31 from 6.30-9.30pm, in the middle of half-term, and organisers are expecting a large turn out. Each act will be playing a 40-minute set.

Headlining will be Huntingdon act Bad Remidi - a four-piece alternative punk rock band who describe their influences as including "Green Day, The Offspring, The Ramones and Jimi Hendrix." The band are also welcoming two new members to the line-up after departures earlier in the year.

Also playing are The Scam - local to Huntingdon and Godmanchester these melodic rockers take their influences from the likes of The Strokes and Oasis.

Restraining Order from St Ives feature brothers Chris and Steven Ray and offer "a range of zany covers and fast hitting originals".

Completing the line-up are Ian Smith and Tim Spencely.

Influences include punk megastars Green Day and quirky Brits the Kaiser Chiefs. There will be something to please most music fans and in-between sets resident DJ Rob Wilmott will be providing some more rock sounds. There will be both a non-alcohol bar and a regular over 18s bar.

Entry is £5 and tickets can be purchased from any band member or from Oliver's on the night.

INFORMATION: Oliver's is at 12 All Saints Passage, Huntingdon.

CHRIS BOLAND