Xander and The Peace Pirates Tickets

FC2, Warrington.

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**Covid-19**

In the circumstance where this show cannot take place due to national and/or local restrictions the show will be postponed until a later date. ALL tickets will remain valid.

This event is for 16 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £13.20 (£12.00)

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More information about Xander and The Peace Pirates tickets

Xander and the Peace Pirates are a testament to musical integrity and personal strength. Combining soul, blues and rock, their pervasive blend of inspired song writing and memorable performances has already seen them enrapture audiences from around the world.


Brothers Keith and Stu were discovered on YouTube by Gibson Brands CEO, Henry Juszkiewicz, and during their subsequent performances for the company at numerous international events, the band caught the attention of not just an ever-growing collective of fans but also industry legends such as Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, the Stones), who was so smitten by their music he offered to produce the band’s first album.


With haunting riffs, genius melodies, and an irrepressibly infectious charisma, Xander and the Peace Pirates continue to share their musical passion to standing ovations, while spreading a universal message of peace.


"Despite being a new name to many, they've already shared space onstage with rock & blues glitterati like Buddy Guy, Bon Jovi, Vintage Trouble, The Temperance Movement, Eric Bibb, Robben Ford, Manfred Mann, Joe Bonamassa, Ritchie Kotzen, Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake) and The Fabulous Thunderbirds." - FRASER LEWRY (Classic Rock Magazine UK)


"Not only is he immensely talented on the guitar and vocals, he burns with an unbelievable passion for the music, pouring every ounce of energy into his performance." - RICHARD ROSENTHAL (Screamer Magazine LA)