*TODAY* Weald on the Field ! – A fantastic musical line-up!

The 3rd annual ‘Weald on the Field’ event on Luxford Field today !

Car Parking at the Railway Station Car Park is FREE today!

Saturday August 4 is the day and the time is from 11am to 7pm – 8 hours of fun, food and great music!

As well as some amazing food, drink and craft stalls there’s plenty to keep you entertained.

Lots of activities to keep the little ones happy and appearing on the Bullet Stage this year are the following amazing acts:

12noon Calum Taylor.
Calum is a talented local singer and guitar player. We believe this young man will go far!

1.30pm Red Butler Music School Showcase
Most of you will be familiar with Red Butler and they really wowed us last year as our final act. For 2018 they will be introducing some of the talented students from their music school. With such awesome tutors, we know you’re in for a treat!

Alex Butler at the 2017 event

3.00pm The Violet Jive – Sponsored by Richard Green Funeral Services.
The Violet Jive are a unique covers band with a twist. A bit of Latino, rock & roll and swing. They’ll be sure to get everyone up dancing.

4.30pm The Acoustic management – Sponsored by Back on Track
Local guys Mike and Dudley will play acoustic favourites from the 60s and 70s. They are extremely talented musicians and Mike is from the band the Standard Lamps who have supported THE WHO! Definitely not to be missed!

6.30pm The Tom Fitzpatrick Band – Sponsored by EMC
Tom Fitzpatrick is really making a name for himself and he will be performing with his band as our final act. They’ll play some legendary swing tunes and also their own unique versions of modern classics. Their style has been described as a young & hip style of Jazz. Their concerts usually sell out, but you can get to see them perform for free on Luxford Field!

The organisers are very grateful to the local businesses who have kindly sponsored the entertainment and enabled to make Weald on the Field bigger and better for 2018.

The Weald on the Field Facebook group can be found here.

For more information follow this link to Foodrocks