Seventeen acts are booked to appear at the first Spalding Beer and Music Fest to be held at the Castle Sports Complex from May 27-29.
Music genres range from Country and Western to pop and rock.
With more than 50 real ales on offer and a host of games, sidestalls and food options, the family event, being organised by Spalding and District Round Table and Spalding Ladies’ Circle, looks like being a hit.
Round Table chairman Sam Nundy said: “We’re really excited about our first beer and music fest. The committee is working hard to put on a memorable event that will appeal to all the family.”
Proceeds will go to youth organisations in Spalding.
Neame Lea Nursery is sponsoring the outside family area. Anyone wishing to discuss the several other sponsorship opportunities can contact Sam on 07775 796120. Adult admission costs £3.
Friday, May 27
6pm-8pm The Strellies – indie, rock
8pm-9pm Take Aim – pop, rock – all members 16 and under
9pm-11pm Wild Boys – 80s covers
Saturday, May 28
noon-2pm Crash Vegas – rockabilly
2pm-3pm Lucinda Flynn – original, chilled, ambient downtempo electronica
3pm-4pm Crossfire – rock
4pm-6pm Tiger Club – Killer tracks
6pm-7pm The Ultraviolet – alternative pop rock/rock
7pm-9pm Loose Rocket – classic rock
9pm-11pm Revolver – indie anthems
Sunday, May 29
noon-1pm Aviators – rock/pop/indie
1pm-2.30pm Nickels & Dimes – Country and Western
2.30pm-3.30pm Meg McPartlin – singer/songwriter
3.30pm-4.30pm Among The Citizens – young band doing indie/alternative
4.30pm-6.30pm Boobonyx – rock
6.30pm-8.15pm Special Groove – cover songs with heart, soul and passion
8.15pm-10pm Blondied – Blondie tribute band
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