Still tickets left for The Wedding Present live in Bristol this Sunday

Still tickets left for The Wedding Present live in Bristol this Sunday

Posted on: 23 May 2024

The legendary indie rockers are in the midst of an eagerly anticipated headline tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of their seminal album, Watusi.


The Wedding Present will play Bristol’s Marble Factory on Sunday 26 May 2024.


Fans of the much-loved Leeds-based outfit will be treated to an electrifying set, playing their acclaimed 1994 record in full alongside a roster of other classics from their extensive repertoire. You do not want to miss this chance to witness these indie rock veterans live in action!





First formed in 1985, The Wedding Present have amassed as many as many as eighteen UK Top 40 singles and have toured extensively both at home and abroad across an illustrious career. With a brave and ever-evolving attitude, the band have always been led by their only constant member, vocalist, and guitarist David Gedge.


The band’s numerous successes aren’t bad for a band that has, from its very inception, stubbornly battled against the game of the music industry. It was in this fashion that The Wedding Present released their self-funded debut single ‘Go Out and Get ‘Em Boy!’ in 1985.


A pioneering spirit has been at the core of the band’s philosophy ever since, from their 1987 debut album George Best – dubbed “an unmitigated delight” by NME – to 1994’s dynamic rock colossus Watusi, they have charged a fiercely eccentric course.


It is Watusi that The Wedding Present are celebrating on their ongoing tour of the UK and Ireland with shows coming up at venues in Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Bristol, Northampton, Stockton-On-Tees, Rochester, Laois, Kidderminster, London, Brighton and more.



The Wedding Present will play Bristol’s Marble Factory this Sunday 26 May 2024 so be quick and secure your tickets while you can, HERE.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.