This Sunday 21st July 2013, the Chuckery Festival finishes in spectacular style. From 12pm to 6pm, there will be another afternoon of great live music at the Bandstand in Walsall Arboretum, and what’s more, it’s free.
This follows on from the spectacular success of last week’s ‘Our Big Gig’ event, which set people talking across local social media all week.
The running order is as follows (Thanks to Colin Walker and Nick Coyne on Facebook):
The times of who is on, and when at the Chuckery Festival at the Bandstand, Walsall Arboretum, Sunday 21st July 2013 –
1200 – 1300 Adam and Dan – acoustic duo
1300 – 1400 The Lock-in Covers Band – unusual take on popular songs
1400 – 1500 The Grey Goose Blues Band – delta blues excellent
1500 – 1600 Walsall Jazz Orchestra – big band and jazz classics
1600 – 1700 Gabbidon – roots reggae from a founder member of Steel Pulse
1700 – 1800 Fat Lip – funky soul blues combo
The festival organisers have this to say about the music:
Music Festival on Sunday 21st July at the Bandstand in Walsall Arboretum
Starting at 12:00 (noon) until 6:00pm and featuring the ‘Roots’ reggae band Gabbidon promoting their new album and featuring the Steel Pulse founder Basil Gabbidon.
You can also hear Walsall Jazz Orchestra, Grey Goose Blues Band with original songs in a contemporary blues style and then Fat Lip playing funk, soul and blues, plus others…
Walsall is really beginning to develop a reputation for great live music events, particularly in the Arboretum. I had a great time last week at the Our Big Gig event, and recommend anyone who fancies a great afternoon out pops along this Sunday.