TOP Welsh rockers Feeder will visit Whitchurch next year, as part of a national tour supported by the National Lottery.

The group, which formed in 1994, reached mainstream popularity in the early noughties, with Buck Rogers and Just a Day receiving significant airplay.

They will visit Percy's Cafe in Whitchurch on Saturday, January 15, for the Revive Live Tour, a collaboration between the Music Venue Trust and The National Lottery to help support Grassroots Music Venues across the UK.

Mark Steptoe, the owner of Percy's, says Feeder is the biggest group to perform in Whitchurch since the Beatles' show in the 1960s, days before they reached mainstream fame themselves.

He said: "It's part of the Music Venue Trust and National Lottery Revive Live.

"We are obviously excited that they are playing here, I don't think there has been a band this big in Whitchurch since the Beatles in the 60s.

"Tickets are limited to 50, this is for two tickets each, as our cap is 100."

The Revive Live Tour will see dozens of big artists visit smaller venues throughout the UK.

Andrew Parsons, managing director of Ticketmaster, who are supporting the tour, said the line-up across the UK was impressive.

"Not only is this a tour with an impressive line-up, it's a tour that will fill up these treasured grassroots venues that have sat empty for far too long.

"Now is the time for everyone to step up, and we're happy to do our bit by donating even more from our booking fee directly back to these venues who need it the most."

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