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Streets to come alive with sound of music PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:21

Grant Sharkey at Music in the City 2013 at The Weigh House 2 by Dawn Dunlop
The streets of and venues of Southampton will be alive with the sound of Music in the City this weekend (Oct 4/5), providing a welcome opportunity to check out a wide array of great performers in locations that the public don’t often get to see.

 

Alongside established venues such as The Platform Tavern and Mettricks, acts will be performing in Guildhall Square and a number of the city’s vaults and medieval buildings such as God’s House Tower and The Weigh House.

With local favourites Sombrero Fallout, Southampton Ukulele Jam, Radioactive Bones, Accrington Stanley, Botyov 1791 and many more appearing, there is something for everyone .

All the events are free, and there are even free vintage buses between the venues. Find more details including the full line-up, locations and times at www.musicinthecitysouthampton.org/mitc-2014/

Words: Alex Dunlop

Pics - top: Grant Sharkey, and below Accrington Stanley, playing Music in the City in 2013. Photos by Dawn Dunlop

Accrington Stanley Music in the City The Weigh House 2013 by Dawn Dunlop

 

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