Music festival hits Raveningham
AN eclectic mix of established and up-and-coming musicians will be strutting their stuff at a music festival in Raveningham on Sunday.Ravstock Mini-Music Festival, taking place at the Raveningham Centre, will celebrate some of Norfolk's most interesting and original musicians.
AN eclectic mix of established and up-and-coming musicians will be strutting their stuff at a music festival in Raveningham on Sunday.
Ravstock Mini-Music Festival, taking place at the Raveningham Centre, will celebrate some of Norfolk's most interesting and original musicians.
The day will include a vast variety of music on two stages including folk, electronic, contemporary rock, pop, classical and acoustic.
The line-up includes musicians who have recorded sessions for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 3, as well as recipients of the prestigious Arts Council of England Escalator grants for New Music.
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The event has been arranged by Laura Cannell, of the contemporary folk duo Horses Brawl, with the help of Shane Olinski, who has been organising and promoting Howlback Hum alternative music gigs for the past 10 years.
The one-day festival, held from 1pm- 10pm, will be headlined by Horses Brawl, electro act Hoofus, and avant-garde duo BK and Dad.
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Also performing will be well-known singer-songwriter Rory McVicar, classical guitarist Alan Taylor, and new folksy harmony band Cat Headed Hawk.
Many of the performers have appeared on national radio and in the national press, and have toured in the UK and abroad.
Admission to the event is free, and donations will go to the Priscilla Bacon Centre for Specialist Palliative Care.
The Ravenous Cafe will be serving its usual array of homemade cakes, as well as bacon and free range egg sandwiches.
There will be a beer tent serving local ales, and Indian head massages with qualified massage therapist Pam Lee.
For information call 01508 548406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.