St Albans for Refugees to host charity music festival
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Music lovers feeling down as the festival season draws to a close can beat the blues at a one-day music event.
St Albans for Refugees (StAR) are hosting a one day festival this Sunday (11) at a The Golden Lion in London Colney to raise money for the charity.
Starting at 2.30pm the festivities are expected to go on into the evening with a host of local bands lined up to entertain revellers.
Festival food will also be available in the form of a barbecue, and a bouncy castle will also be on hand for the younger people in the audience.
Marian Hammersley-Field, organiser and StAR trustee, said: “What better way is there to end off the summer than with a music festival and help those in need.”
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Ten live acts, which are all giving their time for free, are expected to take to the stage and Liz said there was something for everyone.
She added: “This line-up is one not to be missed, with music to meet all tastes throughout the day. This is a day guaranteed to put a smile on your face and get you dancing.”
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StAR recently celebrated its first birthday, raising thousands and bringing over countless donations to the Calais and Dunkirk refugee camps.
Tickets are £5 in advance and £6.50 on the door. To book click here,