NEXT EVENT: WOODY GUTHRIE: HARD TIMES AND HARD TRAVELIN' with Will Kaufman. Tuesday 4th October at Music Room.
STOP PRESS – SUNDAY 29TH
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED – see news article here.
Here we go again! Returning for the fourth year in a row is the Acoustic Air Raid at St Lukes, known locally as the Bombed Out Church on the corner of Bold Street, Berry Street and Leece Street. Brought to you by Harvest Sun, this year’s perfectly-formed day of acoustic goodness takes place on Sunday 29th July 2012 from 2pm to 6.30pm As always it’s £5 entry on the door, and as always kids get in free with an adult. Why not bring a picnic and make it a day out?
The music this year comes courtesy of Molly Jones and The Coral’s Lee Southall, Torn Sail, Professor Yaffle, John Stammers, and Wilson Minds. Add to that Cafe Del Lar DJs, and more TBC and you’ve got a fantastic afternoon to look forward to.
And this year there’s also an After-Party at the suitably outdoorsy Kazimier Garden – more details to follow.
All the details you need, including advance ticket links and new info as and when it’s updated, can be found on the facebook event page.
Acoustic Air Raid this Sunday 29th July 2012
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