Music festival ready to rock Burton Joyce village

Four licensed premises in the village will play host to a number of local musicians who will entertain visitors throughout the day

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Burton Joyce villagers are gearing up for their first ever music festival on Saturday.

Four licensed premises in the village will play host to a number of local musicians who will entertain visitors throughout the day for the BJ Live Festival.

The event takes place on Saturday, July 2 and kicks off at 1pm. The festival will close at 9pm.

The event is being held to help support two incredible local charities: Harmless & The Tomorrow Project. Festival organisers say the aim of the event is to raise plenty of money and vital awareness for both charities involved.

The following artists will be appearing throughout the day at The Lord Nelson, Wheatsheaf and Cross Keys village pubs as well as the Barber Shop & Bar on Station Road:

Cross Keys, Main Street

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2pm – Ben Mark Smith
3pm – Jake Burns
4pm – Spud
8pm – The Brace
9pm – The Ludes

The Wheatsheaf, Church Road

4pm – Bertie Black
5pm – Alex Cavan
6pm – Jody Blount
7pm – Paul Nose

The Nelson, Chestnut Grove

3pm – James Gooch
4pm – Kelsey And The Embers
5pm – UkeleLee

The Barber Shop & Bar, Station Road

5pm – Myles Knight
6pm – Haz Ashby
7pm – John Hardy

You can find out more details about the artists and venues here: https://www.facebook.com/events/377537834405972/

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