Families staying in a Cornwall holiday cottage can catch one of the most influential British reggae acts of the 90's next month. Dreadzone
will be performing at Princess Pavilion in Falmouth on 13th November.
Founding member Greg Dread and original bassmaster Leo Williams will be performing all their classic tracks alongside new bandmates Chris Compton and Chris Oldfield.
Visitors to the show will be able to hear their favourite songs, including the smash hit Little Britain, which became a firm festival favourite, and new tracks from their latest album - Eye on the Horizon.
Radio 1 DJ John Peel was a big fan of Dreadzone and cited the band's second album, Second Light, as one of his favourite records of all time.
Support act Engine-Earz Experiment are sure to get the crowd warmed up with their unique brand of electronic music.
Advance standing tickets are still available priced at £15.