Free music events at Exmouth Pavilion Gardens
PUBLISHED: 18:35 17 August 2017
There are two free musical events coming up at the Exmouth Pavilion Gardens.
The first is this Saturday (August 19), when it’s rock ‘n’ roll day.
The event will feature live music from Exeter’s highly-rated rockabilly outfit Delta 88.
The band – which comprises Simon Clews (guitar and vocals), Nikki Clews (drums and vocals) and Julian Wood (upright bass) – released their debut album, Rocket Powered, earlier this year.
In addition, there will be a set from fantastic Elvis Presley tribute artist Barry Paull. Barry has performed at exclusive hotels, society parties, arts festivals, weddings, anniversaries, clubs, steam fairs, charity functions, sports events, military bases and holiday parks, and is demand throughout the UK.
There will also be DJ support provided by Rocking’ Lee Bryant, who will be playing all your favourite 1950s and ’60s rock ‘n’ roll records.
The event starts at noon and will take place in the Exmouth Pavilion gardens. If the weather is wet, the event will move into the main hall.
That’s followed – on Saturday, August 26, and Sunday, August 27 – by two days of great live music at the Pavilion Gardens and the conclusion of this year’s free outside events.
First up – on Saturday, August 26, it’s Olly v Robbie, featuring a double tribute show which recreates the full Robbie Williams and Olly Murs live experience, together with DJ support.
Sunday, August 27, features live music from the UK’s premier Beatles tribute - the Fab Beatles – who will present their legendary and much-loved homage to the Fab Four.
Support comes courtesy of Guy Somerfield, Los No Boss and the Budleigh Ukulele Strumming Group, which should ensure a full afternoon of fantastic free music to conclude another great summer of events at the Exmouth Pavilion. The event starts at 1pm and will take place in the Exmouth Pavilion gardens. If the weather is wet the event will move into the main hall.
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