Friday 4 June 2010

Live music at the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival

The Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival kicks off next week on Thursday and here is a quick run down of the Entertainment at the festival, sponsored by the Breconshire Brewery.

Thursday 10th June
Quiet Day

Friday 12th

3pm Jazz & Swing 

Four piece jazz band from South Wales

7pm Jug Band 

The Jug Band was once referred to as the 'Drinking man's Pink Floyd' 

8.30pm Funhouse
FUNHOUSE are up to a ten piece band, based in Cardiff, and have been filling dance floors in South Wales and the west of England with their unique mix of Ska, Reggae, Afrobeat, old style R & B, Soul, New Orleans and Latin since 1996. With a four piece horn section, Piano, Hammond organ, synth and two percussionists augmenting the traditional line-up of guitar, bass, drums and vocals, FUNHOUSE are truly a great live band.

Saturday 12th

1pm Maesteg Gleemen Choir

Maesteg Gleemen Male Voice Choir was formed in 1958 and is not only the longest established choir in the Llynfi Valley, but indeed within the whole of the County Borough of Bridgend, South Wales.

2pm Isca Morrismen

Traditional Morris Dancers from South Wales will be bringing morris merriment into the festival for all your entertainment needs.

7.00pm Rattled

The Welsh band Rattled is based in Swansea and plays an exciting mix of covers and original material which blend the styles of Rock, Blues, Celtic, and Ska music.

All through the Festival the Balloon Platoon will be entertaining the customers and staff with some amusingly shaped balloon sculptures, just ask and a unique hat will be yours for the night!.

Opening hours
Thursday June 10th 11am - 11pm
Friday June 11th 11am - 11pm
Saturday June 12th 11am - 11pm
Admission price
Admission costs £5 per person, which includes your limited edition glass and souvenir programme. CAMRA members and those under 26 will receive an allowance of beer tokens. There is no need to book tickets in advance, although you may be interested in our bulk ticket scheme.
Other information
Hot and cold food is provided by the CIA and is available all sessions.
We are pleased to present live music on Friday afternoon & evening and Saturday afternoon. Thursday is reserved as a quiet day.


TOCS said...

how much is a pint this year, or for those weak bellied fools.... how much is a half?

Brew Wales said...

Prices are usually around pub prices. Do not have full details at mo


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