Local Happenings (Time Sensitive): MORTON STANLEY FESTIVAL
Good morning! YES, IT IS EARLY!
Well, now that I am totally awake (WHO does a radio show at 5am?), I am adding the LOCAL EVENTS that are happening in REDDITCH, WORCESTERSHIRE this weekend.
It’s all kicking off at Morton Stanley Park this Friday Night. (17th August 2012).
This will be LOCAL BAND NIGHT:
There are a few local bands that I wished would have been on the list (Sugar Mama, Twelfth Wreck and others) but it will still be enjoyable, with the line-up I have seen.
The first performance is by PYT @ 6pm and then from 6:20-11pm is a great line-up of local bands.
The list includes:
Endorphins, Heinz-Sight, More For Me, Departure, SharksVsBears, Thirteen Shots, The Angry Bombs, Khaos Theory, Hyde, Cathodes, A Poetic Yesterday, Thunder Lion, The Callout, StakeOut.
The Festival continues on Saturday, 18th August 2012. This time it starts at 12pm and ends at 11pm.
Events will be going all afternoon at Morton Stanley Park. There is a variety of Local and Professional acts on the main stages until 11pm.
Redditch Community Gospel Choir, Luke Truth and the Synth, The British Kicks, The Small Print, The Semitones, Cast Off Appalachian Dance Troop, Running With Scissors, Sterojets, Emma Skip, Hyde, Eta Carinae, Switchplay
The Baghdaddies, The Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers, The Hedgerow Crawlers, The SoothSayers, Celtic Islam.
The third and final night of the Morton Stanley Festival is Sunday, 19 August 2012.
This event will be at Morton Stanley Park in Redditch, UK.
Starting at 11 there will be a variety of local and professional acts.
Local acts are:
The Press, Hayley Bocking and Connor Raybone, Stu Woolfenden, Scott Churchill, Georgia and Corey, Keep the Change, Ant Marx DJ.
Professional Acts :
Khan Brothers Qawwali, Legacy, Ska Cuban, Word Sound Power Jamacian Independence, Viva La Coldplay
Alongside the main stage events there will be a fairground hosted by Tommy Wilson, and lots of dierse local talent and community groups (from Redditch Chinese Association to the Redditch Arts Centre Group).
There will be a craft fayre and farmers’ market, food, drink and workshops themed from across the globe.
I will be there filming, interviewing and enjoying the Festival, and I will be reporting about the success of the festival on a future show. I will post some of the videos on YouTube.
Come find me and say “HI”.