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CONNEXIN LIVE, Myton Street, Hull, HU1 2PS

14 Sep 2019


Hull’s very own Bud Sugar return to the Bonus Arena on 14th September, bouncing, spinning and dancing, adorned in brightly coloured garments ready to blow the roof off!

The band were amongst the very first to take to the arena’s stage in July last year, performing at the special test event alongside La Bete Bloom, The Hubbards and Chiedu Oraka.

Now the band will be back to headline their own show and will be supported by special guests Endoflevelbaddie.

Tipped by Fred Perry Subculture as an emerging talent to be watched, Bud Sugar have played throughout the UK and in Europe, and even had some Stateside shows, supporting the likes of The Wailers, The Beat, OPM and Toploader.

Bud Sugar have been supported by national radio with BBC 1xtra’s Sian Anderson calling their single ‘Viral’ a “BANGER!” and their latest music video ‘Gambia’ has hit well over a million views.

Endoflevelbaddie, Hull’s legendary electronic music producer/remixer, who has played the likes of Reading & Leeds Festival, will have you bouncing and head nodding wherever you go.

Charge up your batteries and get practicing your dance moves, because this is sure to be a night to remember!

This is an all standing event for over 14s only.

Venue Details

Myton Street,

01482 456224

Over 400,000 visitors have experienced events here at the venue since 2018 including Bob Dylan, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ne-Yo, Paloma Faith, JLS, Sarah Millican, Blondie, Noel Gallagher and many more. The venue is a state-of-the-art music and events complex with a capacity of up to 4,000 people for concerts and live events, plus an array of bars, lounges, premium seating and hospitality suits including the Connexin Lounge. The venue is purpose built to offer significant flexibility for any conference, exhibition, dinner or event. With 1320 square metres of floor space, making it one of the biggest in the region, the Arena’s flexibility means we can host events of all shapes and sizes – from huge award ceremonies to smaller breakout meetings, including the University of Hull’s graduation ceremonies. The building is owned by Hull City Council and is managed by ASM Global.


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Wheelchair Access