VIDEO – Little Festival of Live Music earnings to York
September 21, 2017 - Supermoon
Having perceived over 500 applications from low-pitched acts from opposite a UK fervent to play during this year’s York’s Little Festival of Live Music, a group behind a annual eventuality are gay to be phenomenon a choice for this year’s 28 hour live song festival, that will take place on Parliament Street, York from Friday 22 – Saturday 30 Sep (excluding 25 and 26 September).
The festival, that was recently awarded with a pretension York’s Outstanding New Festival of a Year, will be bringing some of a excellent and new talent together to offer audiences an sparkling low-pitched experience.
Ellen Cole a Curator of a festival says:
“Our song festival seems to get bigger any year and we am impossibly celebrated to have a choice we have this year. Our festival is family-friendly, has infirm entrance and will be located in a vast marquee on Parliament Street. Our Sep festival always takes place alongside a York Food and Drink Festival, so there will also be copiousness of tasty food and splash available. This year, we have complied a series of themed nights, so that a audiences know what to design musically any night, from Folk to Pop to Country, we will have something for everybody to suffer and a best partial of York’s Little Festival of Live Music is that entrance is free!”
VIDEO – Heather Findlay, one of a performers:
This year’s song festival will underline eminent performer Chris Helme, who initial rose to inflection as a front male of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses rope The Seahorses and has now forged out a hugely successful solo career; obvious prog-rock folk musician Heather Findlay; voice of an angel Edwina Hayes, who has won her repute as a loyal healthy talent of peaceful folk-Americana; large kick song common Grinny Grandad, who have had their song aired on radio and radio and frequently play during large festivals including Glastonbury. Other acts who will be behaving embody Toni Bunnell; Leather’o; Dan Webster; Joshua Burnell Band; Supermoon; Laura Kindelan; Smith n Wallace; Fiona Lee; Paul Lewis; Simon Bolley Band; Slack Habits; Mulholland; The Bronze; Kitty VR; Bull; Andy Doonan; The Blueprints; Flora Greysteel; Kitsch; Atomic Raygun; a mesmerising Kymberley Kennedy; Unsigned Songwriter of a Year Winner Gracie Falls; eminent folk musician Boss Caine and North Lincolnshire’s folk spectacular Ramble Gamble, who are returning to a festival after soap-box reviews in 2016!
Ellen goes on to say:
“The choice is unusual this year and we can't wait to see what a audiences think. This year’s 28 hour eventuality should not be missed, on Saturday 23 Sep for instance we have a extraordinary Grinny Grandad behaving during a festival. The common frequency play in York these days, so it is going to be such a provide for a audience.”
Entry into a festival is giveaway of assign and everybody is welcome. Throughout a event, York’s Little Festival of Live Music will be fundraising for York Mind, a internal gift that helps internal people with mental ill-health.
York’s Little Festival of Live Music will take place from Friday 22 – Saturday 30 Sep (excluding 25 and 26 September) and a song will take place any dusk from 5pm-9pm.