Artspace Gig, Ashton Court, Saturday 19 May, 2 – 3pm . New updated setlist.

Liz and Fritjof have visited Ashton Court with the organisers today.

Please see message below from Liz:

We will be playing at the entrance on the west side of the main building from 2 -3pm. Please arrive by 1.20pm to set up. It is a very pleasant sunny spot and it should be a relaxing and enjoyable gig and a worthwhile cause to support.

Please see map below for parking and drop off access.

IMG_2716Food is being sold by Food Without Borders, run by Women’s Refugee Organisations in Bristol.  Chris and Fritjof and I will be lunching there beforehand if anyone would like to join us. I am going to get hold of some bunting so help to string it between the trees will be welcome. They are televising the Royal Wedding and some of the crowd may be in wedding gear – feel free to reflect this.

We will play tunes indicated in new updated setlist which can be found here. It will be a ‘passing’ crowd – so only a couple of voices. If there is a will to dance you will have me doing a first time stab at calling some simple dances – see additional tunes. Introductions are Helen unless indicated otherwise (let me know if there are any problems).

We have 11 players. If you haven’t signed up and are free, come and join us – but please let me know you are coming.

Look forward to seeing you

Liz

 

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About Brigstowe Village Band

The Brigstowe Village Band is a friendly community folk band which meets once a month near Bristol to rehearse, and does occassional concerts.
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