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The bandstand in Queen’s Park, at the centre of Southfields Ward, will play centre stage to performances by local talent this summer. Free afternoon concerts by a number of bands and choirs will be staged on the bandstand from 27 May until 22 July2018. Performers will include the Loughborough Male Voice Choir, Charnwood Concert Band and the Newhall Ensemble. Local councillor Ted Parton commented: “Queen’s Park is beautiful throughout the year but comes into its own in the summer and these concerts are an excellent way for local residents to spend an afternoon listening to music and enjoying the outdoors. Charnwood Museum is also open and so there is plenty to do and see why you are here”. The concerts all start at 2.00pm and will take place: Sunday 27 May – Loughborough Male Voice Choir Sunday 3 June – Loughborough Salvation Army Music Sections Sunday 10 June – Charnwood Concert Band Sunday 17 June – Melbourne Town Band Sunday 1 July – The Newhall Ensemble Sunday 8 July – Loughborough Concert Band Sunday 15 July – The New Orleans Hotshots Jazz Band Sunday 22 July – Hathern Youth and Concert Brass
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
This site only uses cookies in order to collect anonymous usage data for Google Analytics and StatCounter. By using this site we assume that you are happy to receive cookies.
The bandstand in Queen’s Park, at the centre of Southfields Ward, will play centre stage to performances by local talent this summer. Free afternoon concerts by a number of bands and choirs will be staged on the bandstand from 27 May until 22 July2018. Performers will include the Loughborough Male Voice Choir, Charnwood Concert Band and the Newhall Ensemble. Local councillor Ted Parton commented: “Queen’s Park is beautiful throughout the year but comes into its own in the summer and these concerts are an excellent way for local residents to spend an afternoon listening to music and enjoying the outdoors. Charnwood Museum is also open and so there is plenty to do and see why you are here”. The concerts all start at 2.00pm and will take place: Sunday 27 May – Loughborough Male Voice Choir Sunday 3 June – Loughborough Salvation Army Music Sections Sunday 10 June – Charnwood Concert Band Sunday 17 June – Melbourne Town Band Sunday 1 July – The Newhall Ensemble Sunday 8 July – Loughborough Concert Band Sunday 15 July – The New Orleans Hotshots Jazz Band Sunday 22 July – Hathern Youth and Concert Brass