Free music event in Ashington

MUSIC-lovers are in for a rare treat with a chance to see – for free – 20 bands over one long action-packed weekend in Ashington.

Sorry for Nothing are set to play on Sunday

MUSIC-lovers are in for a rare treat with a chance to see – for free – 20 bands over one long action-packed weekend in Ashington.

It all starts tomorrow evening with Ryanisfun kicking off the entertainment at Ashington Community Football Club in Woodhorn Lane from 7.30pm, followed by Shut Up then Collision.

The free festival continues at 2pm on Saturday with Athletes In Paris, then plays out over the afternoon and well into the night with The Symptoms, Underline Hero, Mojo Hand, The Warning, St James Infirmary, Panic Report and The Pulse before Vinyl Jacket wrap up the evening from 10.15pm until late.

Sunday sees a stomping musical line-up to round off the festival, with Sorry For Nothing setting the mood from 3pm. The local rockers will be followed by Modern Colours, Too Close For Comfort, Last Transmission, Parastatic, The Blisters and then, playing until 11pm, the Eleventh Hour.

Entry to the Woodhorn Lane Music Festival is free.

 

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