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  1. russ
    June 29, 2013 @ 6:29 am

    show waddywaddy was there,, I went to see them, not sure of the date though,it was the year (under the moon of love) was there hit

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    • neilcrud
      June 29, 2013 @ 11:48 pm

      23.10.75 – Showaddywaddy / The Arrows

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      • Sue Logan
        February 2, 2017 @ 11:35 am

        I went to see NEW YORK CITY there I think in 1972 and they sang “I’m doing fine now”

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        • Neil Gavin
          April 24, 2018 @ 12:36 pm

          i saw New York City at the pier in 1972 there was a backing band called Trax who stood out with orange Afro hair do’s also remember Eddie Floyd being billed some time later but cancelled due to Ill Health, also George and Gwen Mc Crae

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      • Kyffin Jones
        April 23, 2018 @ 8:29 pm

        Date sounds good, my sister went to this gig I think

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    • iawnski
      July 27, 2015 @ 2:29 pm

      yea we were there had my jacket nicked

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  2. Daven
    June 29, 2013 @ 12:15 pm

    Here’s a couple more, although I’ve no idea of the dates: Hugo Dines (got bottled off stage), Big in Japan.

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    • neilcrud
      June 29, 2013 @ 2:39 pm

      Hugo Dines would’ve been sometime between Sep77 – Feb78

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      • Dave Dave
        June 29, 2013 @ 3:31 pm

        Hugo Dines Band got bottled off by about three old Teds who had been looking for trouble all night. I met them after, they were scousers I think (punks) they were very chuffed with the riot and asked me to send them any newspaper clippings.

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  3. ste
    June 29, 2013 @ 3:23 pm

    Remember peter powell geting a slap because he was shite and buster blood vessel running off stage when fighting started in crowd think colwyn bay was a bit to scary for some people in them days

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  4. North Wales MetalGraham Pritchard
    June 29, 2013 @ 4:19 pm

    I was at the tygers of Pantang 1980 gig,I was 15 and was hammered. My mate tried to get on stage and knocked the speaker over.Was also at the Budgie 81 and a few of the others.Good days.

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    • Stephen Alen Morris
      February 4, 2017 @ 3:52 pm

      Saw the Tygers 3 times at Colwyn bay pier Got most of their albums on vinyl.

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  5. Rob Loughlin
    June 29, 2013 @ 9:43 pm

    If we’re talking about the ballroom in the middle of the pier then Skunkfish played an all day festival there on the 11th June 2006 (line up – Gary Roberts guitar/vox, Rob Loughlin bass, Mark Haigh drums, Hector Zaphiro (I forget his real name!) percussion). I have some photos of it on an old hard drive if anyone is interested.

    I definitely played there twice although I can’t remember if one of the times was with the Deadlight Spiral or whether it was with Skunkfish twice. I was drunk one of the times hence having a hazy memory but we got called off the stage halfway through our set the first time we were there as there were complaints from local residents about the noise.

    If we’re talking about the room closest to the land end of the pier that was refurbished sometime around the mid to late 2000’s then I never played there and please disregard all this!

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    • neilcrud
      June 30, 2013 @ 12:04 am

      yeah pics would be good – cheers

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  6. Steve Morris
    July 11, 2013 @ 9:28 pm

    When I was at Llandrillo College I went to a lot of the rock gigs on The Pier Colwyn Bay c1973 The first gig I went to was Thin Lizzy before they were famous
    Oh the memories.

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    • steve morris
      June 26, 2015 @ 11:55 pm

      I remember in my college days going to see Thin Lizzy it was the ‘Whisky in Jar year’. They were actually a substitute because I think it was The Equals could not be there.

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      • steve morris
        June 27, 2015 @ 12:03 am

        Remember seeing Blackfoot Sue at the pier cant remember the date but I still got the vinyl album ‘Nothing to Hide’

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        • Stephen Alen Morris
          February 4, 2017 @ 3:54 pm

          Saw many Rock Bands in the early 80’s while in my college years. Then it was called the Dixieland Show bar. Some of the best Rock bands around at that time. Thin Lizzy, Budgie, Diamond head, Wishbone Ash (2), Saxon, Dark Star, Magnum (3), Blackfoot Sue – Nothing to Hide tour, Ginger Baker’s Energy, Witchfynde, Harvest Moon (3) ,Saxon, Girlschool (2), Angelwich, Praying Mantis, Zenith and many more including my favourite Tygers of Pan Tang (3). Still have a mass of vinyl LPs and metal badges of some of these groups, and some groups still going strong today.

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  7. Paul B
    July 20, 2013 @ 1:51 pm

    I went here quite a lot. from 1980 to 82 Remember a French band called Trust. Nico McBrain on drums before he left for Iron Maiden. Samson did play but post Bruce

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  8. Daniel Williamson
    January 27, 2014 @ 9:39 pm

    My band Tramp With a Plan played there with Inferno at the last Pier Live music performance there in August 2008.
    Great stage. 🙂

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  9. alan Littlehales
    January 27, 2014 @ 10:01 pm

    Think the reluctant stereotypes supported the Specials and the Bodysnatchers the guy from King sang for them before he formed King. I saw a band called B Movie who had a couple a good singles. Rememberence day and Marilyn Dreams would be about 1980 I guess they were really average:. Alan Littlehales

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  10. Ben Kirkham
    January 30, 2014 @ 11:26 am

    I played there about 3 weeks before it closed in a band called Colobos. Roger Hughes on bass, Luis Titchener guitar, gaz Williams vox and acoustic guitar and me on drums.
    About a year before this I saw Drumbago play with the trumpet player who ran the jazz night at the Ship in rhos, I think it was part of a festival. Great night, stinking hot and everyone sat out on the benches admiring the view after the gig.

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  11. greencentre
    April 29, 2014 @ 12:59 pm

    Hey, what a fine list and SO MANY MEMORIES! Now none of us can recreate our youth, of course, but next best thing in this context would be to Restore the Pier. Yeah, I know Conwy Council want to pull it down but what do they know about anything. Look at the scree on the North Face of Llandudno!! (Which was a beach before the council got its hands on it.)

    Colwyn Bay Victoria Pier Trust are working hard to achieve this goal and aim to hold awareness and fund raising events over the summer to push the campaign forward. Supporting this are well draughted plans and clear indications of the availability of very substantial lottery funding to carry out the actual works.

    Now….who can we have for the Grand Reopening Gig?

    I’m Chris Hemmings – crishtrees@gmail.com

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  12. Sourman
    July 17, 2014 @ 11:04 pm

    I saw Venom (black metal band) at the pier. I think it was in 1983

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    • Sourman
      July 18, 2014 @ 12:59 pm

      Well I cocked up there it was Demon another black metal band and not venom

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  13. carl
    August 21, 2014 @ 5:24 pm

    Martha reeves & the vandellas .. mar 8th 1979 .. the original poster is shown on the facebook page @ soul suite wrexham

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  14. Dave Paul Jones
    January 23, 2015 @ 9:55 am

    I remember Tygers of Pan Tang, Samson, Roy Wood and Wizard, Mr Wood came out for a chat with the crowd before the doors opened….what memories…I remember chating with Samson’s Bruce Bruce Dickinson at the bar, a year later he was front man with Iron Maiden..MEMORIES…

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    • Dave Paul Jones
      January 25, 2015 @ 10:48 am

      When I was a kid I used to get my hair cut by Harvest Moon front man Steve Jones at the LoxBox in Colwyn Bay…he invited me along to a gig at the Pier and I never looked back, my music of choice was forged in Dixieland…

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  15. Dave Paul Jones
    January 25, 2015 @ 10:28 am

    My wife tells me she saw The Selector and Splodgenessabounds at Dixieland in 1979 or 1980…

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    • neilcrud
      January 26, 2015 @ 6:50 pm

      Was that at the same gig Dave?

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      • Dave Paul Jones
        January 26, 2015 @ 7:36 pm

        Nope, different dates…would have been an interesting evening if they had done the same date…or should I say a spectacular bar fight…

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  16. aaron johnson
    March 1, 2015 @ 2:17 pm

    KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND 22ND OCT 1974

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  17. k hughes
    April 6, 2015 @ 9:47 pm

    hi we (stone cold) were booked to support whitesnake we worked so hard on our set then they pulled the gig and we ended up supporting hugo dines. we also supported steel pulse and the pirates. sad café played the pier elvis Costello,strife, ginger baker band, 29th and Dearborn , steve jones was singer chris white bass nigel bellis keyboards , john gwyn davies lead and kev hughes drums. the pier was a great place for local bands and I for one will never forget it
    kev hughes

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    • swisskeith
      June 30, 2015 @ 11:40 am

      I remember those gigs! I filled in for Kev for a short time time in 1978.

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  18. swisskeith
    June 30, 2015 @ 11:38 am

    We played there twice as punk band ‘Les Enfants’ summer 78. Merve, Keith, Chris and Bob. Happy days.

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    • neilcrud
      August 4, 2015 @ 9:55 pm

      What bands did you play those gigs with Keith?

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      • Keith Birch
        March 29, 2020 @ 2:25 pm

        First gig we played with Rhyl band Amsterdam (tossers wouldn’t let us share the PA), second gig was a tech dance and we played alone.

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  19. Rob Kennedy
    July 26, 2015 @ 3:47 pm

    My band ‘Tokyo Rose’ played there supporting, l think, ‘Harvest Moon’. I have no idea of the date but l remember my Dad giving the whole band and all our gear (with the drum kit strapped to the roof) in my mums Triumph Herald.

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  20. Sally Hughes
    July 27, 2015 @ 9:34 am

    Sad Cafe? I remember seeing the posters around the Bay!!

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  21. Steve Rastin
    July 27, 2015 @ 9:37 am

    Bodysnatchers and Reluctant Stereotypes were definitely support to The Specials and I’m pretty certain The Modettes were on the same bill as The Bureau.

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  22. Glyn Davies
    July 27, 2015 @ 10:17 am

    Good looking list up there, well done on your work. Done some searching on the web and found a couple more, Jeff Beck Group July 1st 1967, also The Revillos played there another time December 3rd 1980.

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    • Mike Hall
      March 25, 2016 @ 8:11 am

      Hi Glyn, Just seen your comment about Jeff Beck playing at Colwyn Bay Pier in 1967. Can I ask you where you got this info from please? I was at school in Colwyn at that time & I don’t remember it happening. Knowing Beck, he probably cancelled at the last minute, as he did twice when I went to see him in London!

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  23. loki196697
    July 27, 2015 @ 7:36 pm

    Complete bollocks in regard to Souther Death Cult. That was Paul form Junction tripping and trying to set fire to Ian Astbury and anyone else who got in his way!

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  24. Gilbert Gillan
    July 27, 2015 @ 8:51 pm

    There are quite a few bands/ artists missing from your list which we promoted ( The North Wales Soul Club & PLH in association with the North Wales Soul Club ) many of which I still have surplus posters of. – New York City, Major Lance, Limmie & the Family Cookin, The Tymes, Jackie Wilson, Betty Wright, Disco Tex & the Sexolettes, Andrea True Connection, Jimmy James & the Vagabonds. Most of which were between 1973-76. Martha Reeves 79 along with Andrea True Connection.

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    • neilcrud
      August 1, 2015 @ 2:08 pm

      Hi Gilbert, do you have the dates please?

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      • Kyffin Jones
        April 23, 2018 @ 8:36 pm

        Disco Tex etc would have been Jan/Feb 75. I went to something at the Talardy about then and won tickets for Disco Tex gig. Sold them for two vodka and limes!

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  25. bramps
    July 29, 2015 @ 1:24 pm

    this is perhaps the biggest tragedy regarding the fate of Colwyn Bay Pier – it could be a fantastic venue for live bands , excellent access to the railway station, lots of parking , largely away from any residents ( and hence complaints), central to the town centre etc…..

    And how Colwyn Bay could do with a live music venue!

    But, rather sadly it seems cursed……………..

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    • Chris Hemmings
      July 30, 2015 @ 9:32 pm

      I so agree – Victoria could once again be the best venue in the whole region. Sad so few people can see this. It could generate a very good income, be used 7 days a week and 52 weeks a year and have a wide range of music, theatre, comedy etc. It could inspire whole new lists like there is on this page, which reads like a history of late 20th century popular music.
      The restoration money is out there, the job is readily do-able, it’s just Conwy Council do not want competition for their services. Victoria (“Dixieland”) would not be theirs.

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      • Mike Hall
        August 1, 2015 @ 11:39 am

        Can I ask you guys to show your support for Colwyn Victoria Pier Trust (they have a Facebook page) who are trying to get the Heritage Lottery people to give us £9 million to save the pier. Conwy Council are the only stumbling block, so please email them with your thoughts about the pier as a music/entertainment venue. If enough of us do that, we can save the pier!

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  26. Mike Hall
    July 31, 2015 @ 12:33 pm

    I have an interesting but little-known story about the time when Ten Years After played at Colwyn Bay pier, before they were known as Ten Years After. Anyone want to hear it??

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    • neilcrud
      August 1, 2015 @ 2:07 pm

      Yes please Mike

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      • Mike Hall
        August 3, 2015 @ 11:36 am

        Hi Neil, So here’s the story about Ten Years After playing at Colwyn Bay pier. On April 15th 1967, a pop band called The Smoke were scheduled to play at the pier. They had had a hit called ‘My friend Jack’ & so the pier was full of teeny bopper girls waiting to see this top pop group. I was in a group at the time – The Questions, later to be renamed Uncle Herbert – & we were, unusually, not playing that night, so we decided to go down & see this band. We weren’t expecting to be too impressed by them, but we had nothing better to do anyway. So just before the gig is due to start, an announcement was made that The Smoke were unable to make it, but this band from Nottingham, called The Jaybirds, had stepped in at the last minute to help out. But anyone who wanted to refund their tickets could do so etc etc. So we didn’t mind who was on stage, really – as I said, we had nowhere else to go on a Saturday night. So the other 4 members of the band & I sat in the front row of the pier pavilion to check out this band at close quarters, while this line of hundreds of girls waited at the door to get their money back & go & drown their sorrows elsewhere.
        Anyway, this band appeared & plugged in. They had a Hammond organ & a Gibson 335 guitar so that was a good start. Of course, when they started, we were blown away! Probably the best band I’d ever seen (with the possible exception of the Artwoods at the Lido in Prestatyn) with this incredible guitarist who was a great singer too. I turned round to see how the rest of the audience were enjoying it & there was no-one else there! Everyone else apart from my band & I had left!
        So we stayed & enjoyed every number, realising that this band were exceptional & we had to keep our eyes on them as they were going to be big at some time in the future.
        Lo & behold, later that year they changed their name to Ten Years After, & I caught up with them again when I went to college in London, as I practically lived at the Marquee in Wardour Street. I still have old programmes of those times, & by the end of 1967, TYA were topping the bill at the Marquee on a Friday night, with newer bands like Black Cat Bones (with Paul Kossoff on guitar before he joined Free) opening for them. I also use to hear them at Klook’s Kleek in West Hampstead, & was there when they made their first live LP called Undead.
        I remember meeting them soon after their gig at Colwyn Bay, as there was an all-night petrol station & cafe on the outskirts of Chester, where all the bands used to meet up on their way back from gigs, to re-fuel (both their Ford Transits & their stomachs!). I remember us telling them how much we enjoyed the gig & how pleased we all were that The Smoke couldn’t make it!
        Of course, within a couple of years they were topping the bill at Woodstock & in the movie of the same name. But not many people know that the Pier Pavilion Colwyn Bay played its own small part on their road to success.

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        • Rol
          November 24, 2018 @ 12:29 am

          I was at this gig, I was tipped of by a guy on holiday (I lived in Llandulas at the time) that a good band was going to be playing there. After the band had played (there were about 50 people there) I went for a pint at the bar around the corner, & there was most of the band (I think three of them) including AL we got chatting & had a good time, happy days!

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          • Mike Hall
            November 24, 2018 @ 2:44 pm

            I don’t wish to doubt your story, Roi, but how could the guy know that they were playing there? Or maybe he was referring to ‘Smoke’ who were supposed to be playing. And I remember there being far fewer than 50 people there by the time everyone had queued up for their refund! Which was the ‘pub round the corner’? Why didn’t they drink at the Dixieland Pier bar?

  27. Redexile7
    January 4, 2016 @ 9:42 pm

    I went to see Siouxsie, Motörhead, Girlschool,The Beat and the first Enid gig. Memories include playing pinball with Phil “Animal” Taylor before the Motörhead gig and the band disappearing from sight when an over zealous smoke machine kicked in! ( We also managed to play Space Invaders with Girlschool at their gig)
    Finding Saxa from the Beat drinking in the Madocs pub before the show and having him drunkenly ask the way to the Gig.
    The Enid riot was scary and totally unexpected, a stag night from Ellesmere Port looking for a late night drinking venue and the possibility of a ruck. The Enid were genuinely bewildered and kept in touch with fans to rearrange the charity follow up gig.
    The Siouxsie gig was great and was just before they released “Hong Kong Garden” and became massive.The Jam gig being cancelled because of lack of sales is true, there were in a bit of a career dip before the release of All Mod Cons and there just wasn’t the interest locally.
    Living in Colwyn Bay in the 70’s it felt that the world was going on elsewhere and other than coach trips to see rock bands at the Liverpool Empire or the occasional gig at Deeside leisure centre (The Police, Kiss, Bob Marley!) The Pier was a godsend and I remember it with real affection as a time when people off the telly unbelievably appeared in our own Dixieland Showbar!

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    • Stuart Parry
      October 20, 2016 @ 9:54 am

      I was at the Beat gig stood next to the speaker to the left of the stage. Couldn’t hear a thing later only ringing :)))

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  28. Chris Spencer
    January 26, 2016 @ 12:44 pm

    I worked at the Pier initially as a cleaner, then bar/ cleaner, finally organising road crew for the gigs and playing records in between the bands. Iron Maiden were never booked to play…..Whitesnake cancelled as the stage was too small….Uriah Heep were booked to play and cancelled due to the promoter not paying their fee as agreed (Harvest Moon stepped in to play)……Saxon played on The Wheels of Steel tour (With Sounds Geoff Barton doing a feature on the gig)…they also played their under the Son Of A Bitch name……Slade played too……and Roy Wood Helicopter……Trapeze (minus Glenn Hughes) played in Nov 1977 with Nutz as support (my first gig!)…Wishbone Ash played twice, once with mams Boys as support…Tygers of Pan Tang played 3 times, Magnum 3 times, Budgie 3 times, Bernie Torme twice,………Samson played with Bruce Dickenson on vocals..,Trust also played with Nicko McBrain on drums……Lionheart never played….Chevy played twice…….Acker Bilk played for a Police Dinner dance too!!!

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  29. Colin Rogers
    February 1, 2017 @ 6:28 pm

    I saw The Nashville Teens on the pier in the 60’s with my brother. Can’t remember the exact date.

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  30. Irene Hyland
    February 2, 2017 @ 12:13 am

    Millie played at the pier in late 60’s, I worked there as a glass washer before I was 18 the Manager was a Mrs Vaughn this was in the days when the Council owned the pier. My ex brother in law Geoffrey Williams a door man later to rise to Manager. My ex husband Kevin Williams started as a chef cooking the good old chicken/scampi and chips in a basket (while studying catering at Llandrillo) he and his friends formed a team of D J,s I think there was 4 of them. The pier hosted many of the Tec dances a yearly event and also held an under 18’s disco on either a Tuesday or Thursday evening can’t remember which.

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  31. Jeff Porter
    February 2, 2017 @ 7:35 am

    I played here with my band ‘Exodus’ as supporting act for Tom O’Connor on a cabaret night at the time he was on Opportunity Knocks so must have been around the late 70s?

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  32. Ady Barlow
    February 2, 2017 @ 9:57 am

    my wife lost a charm braclete there 🙁

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    • Ady Barlow
      February 2, 2017 @ 10:00 am

      can’t remember who was on as it spoilt the night, possibly Martha Reeves as it was that time period and we were/are both Motown/Soulies:]

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  33. Quince Jones
    February 2, 2017 @ 11:23 am

    Motorhead 05-02-78 did happen, support act was Siouxsie and the Banshees, I was there !!

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  34. andy
    February 2, 2017 @ 5:54 pm

    circus of horrors november 18 2005, technically was victoria pier but still in the same venue

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  35. Kyffin Jones
    February 2, 2017 @ 9:14 pm

    Pluto Shervington played circa 1982

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  36. sue diggle
    February 2, 2017 @ 9:57 pm

    worked at the bar 1978, happy days , still got a signed paper plate by ” the real thing ” not listed above..

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  37. hafheulwen (@ell1emay)
    February 4, 2017 @ 7:10 pm

    I saw George Mc Crae there 1979/80

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  38. Huw jones
    February 12, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

    I remember chatting to Bruce Dickerson by the Mick g desk at the Sampson gig. When was drinking tea and eating Lincoln biscuits

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  39. Huw jones
    February 12, 2017 @ 7:13 pm

    This list really makes me question my memory. I could have sworn Saxon was my first Dixieland gig but I also saw Whychfyde who I was convinced was much later. Same for Girlschool (who were a bit shit). Looking at this list my last gig must have been the Tigers of Pan Tang/Magnum gig, although I’m sure I saw Diamond Head after that?

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  40. Martin Austin
    February 15, 2017 @ 2:08 pm

    Just to update you, The Pier is not being demolished, but part dismantled, repaired and returned, there will be a new music venue on the pier, and also a food and drink venue, so hopefully people can once again play in the Pier.

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    • Stephen Alen Morris
      February 17, 2017 @ 12:30 am

      And where did you get this information?

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      • neilcrud
        February 18, 2017 @ 1:15 pm

        Amassed it over the last 20 years

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    • Stephen Alen Morris
      February 17, 2017 @ 12:38 am

      The latest from the Daily Post.’The Colwyn Victoria Pier Trust campaign says it will continue to resist attempts to demolish the 19th century structure, following part of it collapsing into the sea yesterday’ No sign of rebuild there

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  41. Jane
    March 1, 2017 @ 10:48 pm

    I went to see slade with my partner on his birthday on 16th December 1980 it was our first date and we had to leave on the song goodbye to Jane as I was only 16 -and I had school in the morning!!

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  42. Jonathan Nettleton
    May 15, 2017 @ 9:47 pm

    Dagaband supported Demon. Slade also played there at some point. Uriah Heep were mean to play but pulled out late due to access issues and were replaced by Harvest Moon.

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  43. Fred
    June 26, 2017 @ 11:02 pm

    Dagaband were the support act to Demon

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  44. Steve
    March 12, 2018 @ 12:13 pm

    I used to go to the Dixie during 1975 to 1976, used to sleep under the pier in my car (Triumph Herald Convertible and a Cortina estate afterwards) good times.

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  45. John jones
    April 23, 2018 @ 9:56 am

    Remember seeing George McCray.late 70s

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  46. Sandra Roberts
    April 23, 2018 @ 10:58 am

    Around 77 and 78…George Mc Crae , Discotex and the Sexolettes Limmie and The Family Cookin`…I saw George and his band and they signed their sweaty towel for me, also Discotex invited me on stage and his missus then came from the back and tried to push me back off the stage!! Happy Days x

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  47. John Williams
    April 23, 2018 @ 6:59 pm

    Son of a bitch – Saxon’s name before they became Saxon. Wasn’t there a precursor to Genesis once as well?
    What about the Alarm? I remembered they played the leisure centre, not sure about the Dixie.
    I remember a story about Ginger Baker smashing up his dressing room.

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    • stevemorriscb
      January 2, 2019 @ 10:05 am

      i remember this gig. There was a fixed tripod erected to video the performance. Some drunk knocked it over. Perhaps that’s why Ginger Baker wrecked the dressing room.

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  48. Kyffin Jones
    April 23, 2018 @ 8:41 pm

    Pluto Shervington (“Dat” & “Ram Goat Liver”) played the Pier in 82/83

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  49. dave england
    January 30, 2019 @ 5:35 pm

    great memories for all the local bands that played there. played support to diamond head when I was with Halloween.

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  50. Karen
    February 25, 2019 @ 9:50 am

    George McCrae was there too

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  51. Martin
    July 18, 2019 @ 10:43 pm

    Worked on the door there late 70s to late 80s lol

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  52. Genesta
    October 12, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

    Disco tex and the sexolets were on there 1975 -76 ‘get dancin’ was their new single at the time. – sad its gone so many memories of fun times there.

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  53. Roly
    December 22, 2019 @ 11:10 pm

    I saw ’10 Years After’ here 1968/69. After they finished their set I went for a pint to the bar were three of the band were sat having a beer, had a chat with Alvin Lee & two other band members.
    Happy days!
    Roly

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  54. Hefin Jones
    May 17, 2020 @ 9:19 pm

    Seen flock of seagulls there

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