Report by James Franklin , Reporter
Thursday, April 26, 2012
WESTON will be rocking to the sounds of some of the town’s finest music acts in June as Weston Rock returns to the resort.
The four-day-long festival will return for a second year at the Weston Rugby Ground in Drove Road.
Among the acts appearing from June 1-4 will be The Moderations, Re-Offender, Nine Lights, The Bogtrotters, Ryan Inglis, Flat and Sharps and more.
The Moderations will headline the Friday night and play a set ranging from old favourites such as Down In The Tube Station At Midnight by The Jam to songs by the likes of Snow Patrol.
They will be supported by well-known local singer-songwriter Ryan Inglis.
Saturday will feature entertainment throughout the day as well as various different artists and will be headlined by the likes of Re-Offender and exciting new act Nine Lights.
On Sunday some of the country’s finest bluegrass artists will be performing, including Chris Moreton, a winner of the British Acoustic Guitarist Award and the Flats and Sharps from Penzance.
That night will be rounded off by The Bogtrotters who play music ranging from fast, fiddle-led Celtic songs to Tenacious D.
The mark the following day’s Bank Holiday, a big screen will show the Jubilee festival in London allowing the audience to sit back, enjoy the tunes and soak up the sun.
With fully-licensed bars serving ales, ciders and food, and festival stalls and other entertainment, tickets for the event cost only £10.
For more information go to www.freakevents.co.uk and if you want to become part of the bill at this year’s Weston Rock email firstname.lastname@example.org