A Halloween Rave scheduled to go ahead on Denbigh Moors has been put in jeopardy after the police posted a notice on the Facebook site stating that cars would be turned away. An article in the Denbighshire Free Press reported that the landowners had not given their permission for the event to go ahead and that a combination of hundreds of people and the anticipated bad weather would carve up an area of scientific importance.
The organisers stated, ‘This is a private party in the moors, not an actual rave! We will not cause any trouble in the time that we are there and will clean up after ourselves aswell. we have first aiders on hand and security to make sure everyones night is safe.’
North Wales Police added, ‘We will stop and search cars in the area of the ruins of an old lodge, vehicles and equipment could be confiscated.’
Holyhead hard working hard rockers Inferno have been added to the bill at next year’s Hammerfest. Held at the Pontins Holiday Site in Prestatyn, the weekend attracts thousands of punters and will be the 4th such event and will headlined by Anthrax. Inferno released a superb debut album late year called Welcome To The Lions Den, and last night played at The Hard Rock Hell showcase in Glasgow. (website)
Gigs: John Cooper-Clarke played the Tiv in Buckley. Something Personal and Holy Coves played in the Penybont, Llanrug and Clockwork Radio played at the CUC in Liverpool.
HAWKWIND – Doremi Fasol Latido
PWEI – Two Fingers My Friends / New Noise Designed by a Sadist
BAD SHEPHERDS – By Hook or By Crook