Enjoy some great music and get your feet tapping at the free Music by the Sea open air charity concert, which returns to Aldeburgh on Saturday, 30th June. With a fantastic line-up of local and national artists performing live in the King’s Field from 4pm until dark, children’s entertainment, a food market and bars there’s something for everyone.
Top acts include ELO Encounter, a dynamic ELO tribute band, and Kinisha as Tina Turner plus the popular Suffolk band Albion Mills playing rock and pop from the Golden Age of the 60s and 70s. Other performers include Everly Everly; Words & Music duo Graham and Steven Dye taking a trip down memory lane with songs from the 60s; the Phil Jackson Rock ‘n Roll Band and J.S & The Lockerbillies, who are sure to get the audience up on their feet. Paula Swann Sully will also be performing a tribute to Paloma Faith.
Prosecco, Pimm’s and beer marquees plus a BBQ and local food outlets, will provide fuel for dancing late into the evening. There will also be a children’s area to keep little ones happily entertained, while a sensational firework display will bring the evening to a rousing finale at 10pm.
Gates open at 3pm; bring your own seats/rugs and picnic but no alcoholic drinks are permitted. There will be a park and ride service operating from Thorpeness Golf Club Practice Green; other car park areas will be clearly sign posted. For more details, visit their website or follow on Twitter @MusicBy_TheSea and Facebook. Entry tickets will be available online from 16th June.