The Live Rooms in Chester will be welcoming a band that have earned a reputation for their humorous brand of folk music. Hailing from the town of St Helens in Merseyside, the Lancashire Hotpots will be taking to the stage this march at the celebrated city venue as part of their upcoming 2023 tour entitled “Good Times”. Led by frontman Bernard, the boys will be dropping by Chester for a single-night show to offer an evening of entertainment, packed with laughs and the silly songs that have made them famous across the UK.
Fans of comedy and music attending the event will be able to sing along with classic hits from the Hotpots, which may include “Egg, Sausage, Chips & Beans”, “I Fear Ikea”, “Ebay Eck”, “Chippy Tea” and their first ever single “He’s Turned Emo”.
Playing together since they formed back in 2006, the band derives inspiration for its music from British culture, technology and Lancashire. Their debut album called “Never Mind The Hotpots” made it to number one in the UK iTunes comedy album chart.
Along with regularly touring nationwide, the Hotpots have played many major music events including Kendall Calling, Carfest, Beat-Herder, Y Not and the world-famous Glastonbury festival.
The Lancashire Hotpots will now perform on stage at the The Live Rooms located at 1 Station Road in Chester on Saturday, March 18 at 7 pm. Advance tickets are available at £17 per person, with admission charged at £20 on the door.