DERBY punk legends Anti-Pasti are playing a homecoming gig in the Assembly Rooms this weekend.
The band’s gig on Saturday, at the Darwin Suite, will be there first performance in the city for more than 17 years.
Founded in 1978, Anti-Pasti comprised of Martin Roper on vocals, Dugi Bell on guitar and with the addition of Stu Winfield on bass and Stan Smith on drums, released their debut EP, Four Sore Points, featuring the all time punk rock classic No Government, on their own Dose record label.
They played many gigs in and around Derby and rapidly built up a large following.
Their debut album, The Last Call, reached number one in the Indie Charts and spent seven weeks in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at Number 31.
Doors open at 7.30pm for the Saturday gig and advance tickets cost £12.
Places can be booked from the Assembly Rooms Box Office on 01332 255800.