Glenafton Athletic are hosting a music event later this year, with performances from a popular punk group.

XSLF will put on a show at the Campbell Hall next to Loch Park in New Cumnock.

The gig will take place on Saturday, November 18, with doors opening at 9pm.

Tickets cost £10 and must be paid in full when reserving a space.

The club say they expect the show to be a sell-out.

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A Glens spokesperson said: "We are delighted to announce that we have booked punk legends XSLF to play at the Campbell Hall, (Loch Park, New Cumnock) on Saturday, November 18.

"Henry Cluney was guitarist and original member of the Northern Ireland Punk band Stiff Little Fingers. He was a regular songwriting contributor for the group's first four albums, taking over lead vocal duties on his own compositions

"In 2013 he formed XSLF with former Stiff Little Fingers bandmate Jim Reilly, and friend, Ave Tsarion. Due to ill health to Jim Reilly, Glen Kingsmore from The Defects took over in 2019. XLSF perform Fingers classics Henry written or contributed with additionally brand new material.

"Top local band The Apparents will be providing the support on the night, and we are expecting tickets to fly out for this."

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Posted by Glenafton Athletic Official on Tuesday, 12 September 2023