It’s far from be­ing end of sum­mer for mu­sic

Hayes FM pre­sen­ter Hughie Dixon re­views the live band scene

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE - Be sure to tune into my in­ter­ac­tive HayesFM ra­dio show EV­ERY Tues­day at 9pm to hear live and orig­i­nal per­form­ers. PLUS more lo­cal live mu­sic news. You can find HayesFM on 91.8fm in Lon­don or GLOBAL on www.hayesfm.org.uk

EVER the op­ti­mist I like to think the sum­mer’s end hits us around Septem­ber’s demise not its be­gin­ning but maybe that’s just me.

This Satur­day 3rd Septem­ber sees a new and hope­fully an­nual mu­sic fes­ti­val where the artists are of the high­est qual­ity and the pro­ceeds go to char­ity.

Sit­u­ated just out­side the Hilling­don Bor­ough at Richens Park Clay Pi­geon Club, Old Slade Lane, Iver run­ning from mid­day to mid­night this Satur­day is the very first Sum­mer’s End Mu­sic Fes­ti­val. Giv­ing you, not only, all the finest cover and orig­i­nal bands in the re­gion but also one of our bor­ough’s finest DJ’s, Chris Trokey who has pro­vided the warm up sets for Ri­hanna and Beyoncé. Orig­i­nal bands such as Salt (pic­tured), The Wipes, Pup­pet The­ory, Lonely Dakota and Rat Pack and fa­mil­iar cov­ers from Cloud Cover Acous­tic, Blue Bi­cy­cle Band and Dusk Till Dawn. There’ll be lots of food and drinks avail­able on site as well as kid’s en­ter­tain­ment.

Tick­ets are £18 each but a fam­ily ticket (2 adults and 2 kids) is just £30 and all pro­ceeds go to Great Or­mond Street Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal.

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