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What a fantastic Skinhead reunion we  have achieved every year since 2011. The numbers rose to over 700, to make it a packed house. People were welcomed from across the globe, and everyone had a ball. The Great Skinhead Reunion, Brighton will be back 2-3-4th June 2017. Tickets Here

The Great Skinhead Reunion is now on its 7th year, a 3day weekender. People young and old come to Brighton from across the planet, to celebrate the Skinhead Subculture. The Event starts at noon each day. Dj’s playing the very best in Skinhead history music, from the early days of Jamaican Reggae and Soul, through punk, 2tone Ska and Oi!. After 6pm Live bands hit the stage to perform until midnight, then back onto aftershow DJ’s.

This is a family event, set on Brighton seafront, At the Volks bar, Madeira Drive, Brighton. The same place used in the filming of Quadrophenia, the beach that put Skinheads on the world map in the 1960’s Mod era, all are welcome. you dont need to be a Skinhead. Under 18’s are welcome until 9.30 due to licencing issues. 

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Bands so far confirmed for the Great Skinhead Reunion 2017 …

Vicious Rumours, Clerks featuring Arthur Kay,  The Scorchers, The Panic Report, Arch Rivals, Downbeat Detonators (Holland), The Bermondsey Joyriders, Sindicato Oi! (Brazil). Mr Clean,  . Out of Order (Canada). TICKETS HERE

The Great Skinhead Reunion, Brighton 2017

DJ’s confirmed for 2017 …

OLAS, Barry Bmore George, Lee Evans, Mick Jeffrey, Martin long,Terry Dyatt, Phil Templar (New York), Craig Mills, Roy Williamson, Gabor Fuxy (Dublin) Rob powell, Luc Milan (Marseilles), Glyn Wilcox

ARTHUR KAY…It was 50 years ago arthur-kayYesterday on October 3rd 1966 that I became a member of the next collection that became a top south London band.Starting off playing the youth clubs in The Streatham Brixton and Clapham area we soon built a massive following.sadly Kieron o Connor THE BEST drummer I ever worked with and guitarist Bob gibbons are sadly no longer with us.

50 years on and after all the knock backs and the usual record company and publishing rip offs I am still out there juggling. I have just finished an exceptional reggae/ska album with top German band Ska Band TheClerks. Like it or not; I ain’t going away.coyl.




More good news. We have designed T Shirts, are now distributing Music for bands, Checkout Subcultz Trader

The Release of The Feckin Ejits album, has been a fantastic success, with the first pressing almost sold out, We also have Citizen Keyne, Bermondsey Joyriders and Rough Kutz available

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