Bad Manners Announce Yorkshire Christmas Dates

Ska and two-tone band BAD MANNERS have announced a new set of UK live dates for winter 2023.

Fronted by vocalist Buster Bloodvessel, the novelty ska favourites will be bringing their silly on-stage antics and catalogue of hits back to stages across the UK in November/December this year.

Rising to prominence during the late ‘70s ska revival movement, Bad Manners quickly gained early exposure through 2-Tone Records package tours and an appearance in the live documentary Dance Craze. Securing themselves a string of UK hits including Ne-Ne Na-Na Na-Na Nu-Nu, Lip Up Fatty, Special Brew and Can Can, the band are heading into their 46th year with no signs of stopping.

Having spent 111 weeks in the UK singles Chart between 1980 and 1983, the band have relentlessly toured across the UK, Europe, America, Japan, New Zealand and Australia over the past four decades.

Now ready to hit the road again this winter,  Bad Manners are set to bring their rip-roaring live show of aggressive and highly danceable good-time ska to fans across the country again.Full dates and details below. They perform at The Leadmill in Sheffield on 8th December and Leeds Stylus on 21st December.