THERE’S a special Sunday Live at the Corn Exchange in Hertford this weekend as part of the Mayfest Bank Holiday activities.
Sunday sees a free all-dayer featuring the best of local talent who have played the Fore Street venue throughout the year.
The bill includes acts such as Fred’s House, covers band The Rivals, newly-signed Divided Opinions, Marching Donald, Wasted Rhymes and The Folk.
Up-and-coming four-piece acoustic popsters The Folk are looking forward to playing the venue again, with their set starting at around 6.30pm.
The girls – teenagers Rose Goodship, Lauren Deakin Davies, Lucy Holmes and Sam Saward – told the Welwyn Hatfield Times: “Going back to the Corn Exchange feels like coming home, it is a lovely venue which we all have become so familiar with.
“We always look forward to playing there. The audience are always so attentive and it always makes for a great gig.
“So a whole day of great local music. Mayfest is going to be awesome!”
Doors open at 1.30pm and the music starts around 2.30pm.
Entry is free.