Capdown and Silverstein to headline


Local ska punk legends Capdown return to The Craufurd Arms tomorrow night.

Having played Slam Dunk festivals earlier this summer, Capdown head to the Wolverton gig ahead of playing Hevy Fest.

Despite disbanding in around 2007 with members going on to form new bands, Capdown have reformed on a number of occasions for gigs. Support is by Menshevik and Faintest Idea.

Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £13.20.

Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein (pictured) headline the Craufurd Arms in Wolverton on Saturday.

The band, who have sold more than one million album worldwide, released their seventh album, This Is How the Wind Shifts, last year.

Silverstein formed in 2000 and went on to become a household name of the post-hardcore genre and a staple on tours and festivals around the world.

Their 2005 sophomore album, Discovering The Waterfront, was lauded by fans and critics.

Doors open at 7pm, tickets cost £16.50. Visit