THE Shambolics are set to perform to a crowd of 700 people three years after playing a show to just seven.

The gig tickets for Lourenzos on Saturday night are almost gone as they near a “monumental” sell-out.

They had PJ Molloys bouncing at their last headline show in the town with fans jumping the barrier and joining the band on stage.

And as the weekend approaches, Darren Forbes, vocals and guitar, says they want to end the year with a bang.

He said: “We’ve had a lot of setbacks this year, but what doesn’t break you makes you. We’re really excited to finish this year with a bang and have a bit of buzz going into 2019.”

The Zo’s gig comes after they released their latest single, My Time is Now. Recorded in Liverpool by producer Al Groves, the track and music video have been racking up the numbers online.

“The reaction has been great,” Darren says. “I think the timing of the release has been a good choice. This single sounds even better live, so we’re buzzing to see the reaction at Lourenzos.

“It would mean the world to us to sell-out this show. It’s nearly three years to the exact date that we played our first ever gig at PJs, next door to Lourenzos. Seven people turned up. If 700 people turn up to this it will be monumental.”

The last remaining tickets are available online from TicketWeb. Support comes from Lee J.C and the Plastic Mac.

Doors at 7pm.