Clashmob returns to Bridgwater! 4 Feb 2023

Celebrating the Bridgwater legend Joe Strummer. Join a performance that will be part of International Clash Day 2023. Bring a guitar, bass or your voice, and join in playing a few Clash songs at various pop-up locations across Bridgwater town centre on 4 Feb 2023.

Clashmob is on 4 Feb 2023

Meet and Rehearsal at the Engine Rooms 10.30am

Blake statue, Cornhill TA6 3BU 11.30am 

Fore Street TA6 3LE 11.45am

Fore St/Binford Place TA6 3NJ 12.00noon

St Mary Street TA6 3LX 12.30pm

St Mary’s Church TA6 3E 12.45pm

Blake statue, Cornhill TA6 3BU 1pm 

Join the 2023 Clashmob

What – Bring a guitar and join in a pop-up performance of Clash songs
Where -Bridgwater Town Centre
When – 4 Feb 2023. 10.30-1pm Performance in various locations.
How – Contact us,  join a rehearsal in-person or online, join the Sedgemoor Guitar and Bass Facebook Group or email John the facilitator.

The Guitar and Bass group meet monthly at Bridgwater Arts Centre
Clashmob rehearsals are on Jan 5, 12, 19 at Bridgwater Arts Centre.
and 25 Jan & 2 Feb on Zoom

You are welcome to come along


Flashback to Clashmob 2022

 ‘International Clash Day’ was started by KEXP, a radio station in Seattle USA. In celebration of the cultural contribution of lead singer and former Bridgwater resident Joe Strummer, Seed leads the celebration in Bridgwater where Joe Strummer was a local resident and there is a clear connection between his band’s ethos and the spirit of Bridgwater as a ‘a rebel town’. The performance will be recorded and shared on International Clash Day 7 Feb 2023. This event on 4th is a ‘Flash mob’ – a one off performance in Bridgwater town centre and every guitarist of any standard in Sedgemoor can join in playing seminal Clash songs.

On Saturday 5 February 2022, 30 local musicians from around Sedgemoor gathered round the Blake Statue at the CornHill in Bridgwater for a pop up performance of ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ as part of International Clash Day.

Artist John D Revelator and his band performed a half hour set, joined halfway through by our Clashmob participants for the Clash classic. The performance was very well received by a good audience, even on a cold February afternoon!

It was a great opportunity for members of the community to come together and enjoy some local talent right in the centre of the town. Check out the performance below: