There’s a great free live music event in Walsall Arboretum on now!

Right now Sunday 18th August 2019 at Walsall Arboretum Bandstand there’s a great live family show – Lakeside Live 19 – featuring great local musicians playing covers from 60s to the 90s plus great original feel good music to suit all tastes with food, drink and a bar also available.

The fun started at 12 noon and runs right through the afternoon until 6pm so plenty of time to get up there – and the best bit? It’s absolutely free to attend.

The organisers said:

Sean Flood and Doctor Teeth have a long history going back the Eighties with the popular Indie band “Cybernauts” playing many gigs across the country sharing the stage with Tim Burgess, Kelly Jones and others.

The current line up features Steve Tatman on lead guitar, Chris Smith on Saxophone, Ross “Harbinger” Davies on Bass and sometime Djembe player Q.

Playing original sixties inspired psychedelic pop and an eclectic mix of classic numbers from the sixties, seventies and eighties, from artists such as the Beatles, Doors, Who, Kinks, Hendrix, Slade, Bowie, Jam and the Stranglers. Focusing on powerful and melodic orchestrations the Doctor Teeth Band put on an amazing show for all audiences.

This year’s event builds on the success of three previous events at the Bandstand and features a number of supporting acts, including the fantastic Funk and Jazz sounds of Funk and Disorderly and other superb local acts.

The Arboretum Café will be providing a licenced bar and BBQ.

If you attend please feel free to share pictures and other media!

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