The Watermelon Complex Play For Woking

The Watermelon Complex Play For Woking

Come to the Fiery Bird to catch some music on Friday 29th, 7.30-11pm!

The Watermelon Complex

Woking has a history of producing great bands and that continues with The Watermelon Complex. A blues, funk and rock band drawing influences from the likes of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Frank Zappa, these sons of Woking are gaining a reputation for putting on a great show wherever they go.

With interest and opportunities at a national level, they are playing one last local gig with their friends Brie and Indica Palm Radio supporting them.

Come and support your local bands in your local venue, it has been hard fought for - use it or lose it!


A smelly French cheese that goes quite well on a wholegrain cracker and it's also a band! Post-punk cheese music.

Indica Palm Radio

Hailing from the sprawling metropolis of Wokingham, Indica Palm Radio deliver a blend of psychedelia and jazzy rock for fans of Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Mild High Club.

£5 on the door or £3 before 8pm

Cash only (door and bar)

14+ with adult


ID required

Venue has the right to refuse entry.
29 Jun 2018 at 7:30pm
until 29 Jun 2018 at 11:00pm
Fiery Bird Live Music Venue
Church Street East
GU21 6HJ

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