Mini festival at Hitchin pub in name of charity
MUSICIANS across the area will come together under one roof for an Easter musical extravaganza – and it’s all in aid of charity.
The mini-festival will be held at The Kings Arms in Hitchin, to raise money for The Lymphoma Association.
Among the line-up is Jordan Bradley, who’s all set to go with his quirky playing style.
He played at Rhythms of the World last year with a range of original material, but you may catch him throwing the odd pop covers in there too.
Owen Stephen is also set to play, just weeks before he jets off to America to embark on a tour with Phantom of the Opera star Ramin.
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It’s been a busy year for the musician, who has played Wembley Arena with Darren Hayes, as well as a stint Down Under.
Adding something different to the line-up is Sarah Doe, the soulful Alex Bay, and the mayhem personified that is Fruition.
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Hitchin four-piece Horace and The Spiders will be making their debut as a group when they take to the stage as headliners, with Happy Feet, Nick Chirgwin, Irina Sexton, Michael King and Ian Johnson completing the line-up.
The event will be held this Saturday, with the first act taking to the stage at 5pm – pray for good weather for that proper festival vibe.
Entry is free but donations are welcome. All will go the charity.