Friday 29 April 2016


Hells Bells play The Wheatsheaf Cheltenham

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AC/DC fans are in for a real treat this Saturday 6 September 2008, when accomplished tribute band Hells Bells are set to play a high octane set at The Wheatsheaf in Cheltenham.

Having toured the UK, Holland, Germany and Ireland, Hells Bells have garnered an outstanding reputation in recent years for recreating the magic of the original Australian hard rock band – and Cheltenham audiences at the standing gig can expect to hear the likes of ‘Back in Black’, ‘Whole Lotta Rosie’, ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ and ‘Touch Too Much’ at The Wheatsheaf.

A second tribute band will also be supporting the main act, in the form of Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath heavy metal rockers Hell Razor.

While not for the faint hearted, this is one night live music dedicated fans from across the county won’t want to miss.

Event: Hells Bells and Hell Razor
Venue: The Wheatsheaf
Date: Saturday 6 September 2008
Times: TBC
Tickets: £8 on the door

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