The weather’s looking great for this weekend’s Thorney Live Music Festival so don’t miss a great day of tunes in the sun all for a good cause…
As always, the day after the Beer Festival closes, sees the annual Thorney Live Music Festival. This is the twenty-second year of the event and once again takes place in the grounds of the Bedford Hall, Thorney, on Sunday August 27.
The event, originated by organiser Andy Stuffins, has raised in excess of £60,000 for charity in its 21 years and that figure is bound to increase due to the quality of the line-up which includes…
Third Stone from The Sun
Up The Function
The Mesh Band
The Motor City Vipers
The gates open at 11.30am with the first band on at 12.30 and the entertainment continues through to dusk. There’s a licensed bar, hot food and drink, children’s inflatables and stalls on the site.
It’s all for good causes and the charity beneficiaries this year are Cancer Research UK, NGNPUK and Thorney Ex Servicemen’s Club. The Club have been heavily involved in the event from its early days and have provided much needed resources to ensure the success of the Festival.