Free Sunday Live Sessions all-day gig at Hertford Corn Exchange
PUBLISHED: 22:06 02 May 2013 | UPDATED: 22:06 02 May 2013
THE current Sunday Live Sessions season at Hertford Corn Exchange comes to an end this weekend with a special all-dayer featuring a host of top acts.
The Fore Street venue will host a free afternoon of live music on Sunday, May 5.
It will feature some of the best acts from the season and will mark the end of what has been an amazing weekly event, attracting new bands from around the country and proving to be a hit with families and music lovers during the winter months.
The line-up on Sunday includes the likes of Lend Us A Quid, The Outliars, Sofasonic, Marching Donald, Pat Crilly, Shifting Buffalo, Wasted Rhymes and Luke Silver, among others.
Doors open at 1.30pm with music through to 11pm. Entry is free.
Sunday Live Sessions will return in September.
Because of the popularity of the Sunday gigs, the Corn Exchange will be continuing offering free concerts every Friday night, starting on May 17.
Music lovers can expect an eclectic mix of genres providing something for everyone from covers to acoustic to classic rock.
For details of all events at the Corn Exchange visit the website www.hertfordcornexchange.co.uk
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