A bank holiday feast of music and entertainment for all the family is being lined up at Alexander’s in Chester.
Alexander’s Live, Loud and Local Festival is an outdoor, independent music festival taking place on Sunday, May 29 featuring live music from midday until midnight across two separate stages - come rain or shine, there is guaranteed to be something on show for everyone.
With a bill featuring more than 20 of the finest acts from across the North West and North Wales, live music fans will have the chance to catch homegrown hip-hop from VIL, red blooded synth rock from Def Neon, scuzzy garage punk from Chupa Cabra and foot-stomping blues from The Terry Burgin Blues Band alongside the sinister outbursts of SPQR, riotous psych-rock of Psyblings, the captivating talent of Jon Coley and the eccentric alt-rock of Elevant.
The audacious funk of Liverpool’s 12-piece funk battalion Galactic Funk Militia will be closing the evening, completed by the incredible voice of Amber Kuti.
After their impressive performance at this year’s Gathering Festival, emerging buzz-band Greenroom (and Alexander’s Live house favourites) will also be headlining the outdoor stage.
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There will also be a variety of independent stalls from local businesses on show, face painting and fun-filled activities for the whole family and a pop-up bar/barbecue serving Alexander’s locally sourced burgers.
Festival wristbands cost £6 and can be bought in-house or online at: http://alexanderslive.com/tickets-cart/