Justice Tonight comes home to Liverpool
Justice Tonight comes home to Liverpool

The ‘Justice Tonight’ tour, which starts next week, will feature Mick Jones, ex Clash, playing a set of Clash classics with different guests taking the vocals in aid of the justice for the Hillsborough 96 and the Don’t Buy The Sun Campaigns.

more guests added to Mick Jones 'Justice Tonight' tour
the spirit of the Clash is upon you...more guests added to Mick Jones 'Justice Tonight' tour

The latest news in that James from Starsailor is confirmed as special guest for Manchester Ritz show along with some special guests’ on Friday 2nd joining The Farm, Tom Watson MP (on some shows), James Dean Bradfield in London and the legendary Pete Wylie everywhere. There have been several new guests announced”¦
James from Glasvegas for the Glasgow show
Jon from Reverend and the Makers for Sheffield
Richard Hawley to DJ in Sheffield
Members of Primal Scream for London Show.

Lots more guests to be announced”¦More guests will be announced and some may turn up on the night with some big names in the running.

What really matters, though, is the cause which is a call for Justice and has echoes of the Clash at their prime. The Spirit of The Clash is back just when it was needed.

Oh, and it is a set of Clash songs with maybe some BAD, there is talk of ‘Banrobber’ being in the set joining the Clash classics that Mick played at the emotive gig in Liverpool in September.

Thursday 1st               Cardiff Uni Solus                 0292 078 1458
Friday 2nd                   Manchester HMV Ritz        0844 248 5117
Saturday 3rd               Sheffield Leadmill               0114 2212 828
Thursday 8th              London Scala                         SOLD OUT
Friday 9th                    Liverpool University           0844 477 2000
Saturday 10th             Glasgow O2 ABC                  0844 499 9990

Ticket costs are £17.50 and are onsale now

Justice Tonight
In Aid of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign
Mick Jones (The Clash/Big Audio Dynamite)
Pete Wylie
The Farm
Plus surprise special guests at each venue
Just Announced James Dean Bradfield is confirmed as very special guest for Cardiff
After a special one off show at Liverpool’s Olympia in aid of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign earlier this year, The Clash and Big Audio Dynamite’s Mick Jones, Pete Wylie, The Farm and special guests will tour Justice Tonight around the country this December to raise awareness of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign. The London Scala show sold out within an hour of going onsale and all others selling fast.  
Every gig should have a reason and these shows are about getting Justice for the families, survivors and supporters of the 96 people who died at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough football ground on 15th April 1989.
For Mick Jones this will be the first time he has toured performing Clash songs since 1982 and says:
“I’m totally honoured to be part of something so meaningful and I hope that we can do some good”

Joining Mick are Pete Wylie who’s powerful, emotional and political songs are just what are needed for these shows and ”ËœAll Together Now’ legends The Farm. Just announced this afternoon, James Dean Bradfield will appear as very special guest for Cardiff Justice Tonight. Members of Primal Scream will be joining the line up at London, James Allan from Glasvegas at Glasgow, Richard Hawley will DJ in Sheffield and Jon McClure from Reverend and The Makers will also appear in Sheffield.

The Hillsborough Justice Campaign continues to fight for justice for the victims of the disaster and for the truth to be established. Everyone volunteers their time and skills for free. As well as challenging the official version of events, the group also helps survivors of the disaster, many of whom have suffered long term psychological damage.

 The HJC has operated in the face of great adversity for years and has had to utilise new technology to promote the campaign in the face of a hostile media. It is the view of the HJC that the Hillsborough Disaster and subsequent cover up is a miscarriage of justice. Human and civil rights were denied in the aftermath of the disaster. It is for this reason that the HJC is pleased to support the forthcoming concerts which aim to promote the broader issue of justice in a society where rights are increasingly being eroded.

Tom Watson MP, a supporter of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign will also be appearing on the tour on selected dates and there will be DJ Sets by Don Letts & Terry Farley at London Scala. More special guests will be announced soon.

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