Gig Guide July 2027

Welcome to the RT Rock Show Gig Guide for July. It's looking like a fairly busy month ahead with a lot of amazing local gigs scattered through the month. The usual suspects of Fuel, Sin City, The Pit, Tramshed, Globe and The Duke all putting on awesome shows along with free shows at the likes of The Office and The Masons, a few corkers in Bristol and the month sandwiched end to end with top notch local festivals! Phew... Julys Gigs

First up is the one that is literally first up right at the start of the month and that's the Seven Sins Festival 2017 at Sin City in Swansea.

This years edition of the festival is looking to be the best yet. Put together by the amazingly tireless duo of Mark and Krissy Christiansen at Total Entertainment South Wales and hosted by top Swansea live music venue Sin City it's takes place on the 1st and 2nd of July.

Split over two days and over two stages it's an incredibly varied lineup of bands. The RT Rock Show are proud to sponsor the second stage on the Saturday and Big Jim and The Rock Show are sponsoring the second stage on the Sunday. Headliners Florence Black are rock n roll megastars in the making and will no doubt end the show with a bang whilst Falling Red, another rock n roll band taking over the world will bring the Saturday to a close. The RT Rock Show stage are headlined by awesome Control The Storm and The Big Jim Rock Show stage are headlined by Lilith And The Knight.

We also have sleaze rock from Forever Vendetta, Thrash metal from Helldown and Spreading The Disease, Alt Rock from Digital Criminals, Power Metal from Dakesis and Proscenium to mention a few.

Special mention goes to the bands on The RT Rock Show Stage - Control The storm are a female fronted melodic metal band from Bristol who deal in soaring vocals over duel guitar melodies and a pounding rhythm to produce uplifting memorable melodic metal songs that will get the crowd pumping. Syteria are an energetic female fronted rock band from Yorkshire. Featuring Jackie Chambers from Girlschool, the band are similar in that they write awesome rock n roll tunes that will get you headbanging and leave with a smile on your face. Pretty Little Enemy are a female fronted Alt Metal band hailing from Somerset. Big on the riffs and grooves to get you moving, you'll want to be down the front for the '2 bros 2 hoes'. Last but not least are Flowerpot. An alternative rock group from Bristol, expect a wide range of rhythms and melodies delivered in an energetic and unique way. Doors open early and the bands kick off from 14:30 each day so get down there early and enjoy a truly awesome festival!