Thursday 30 November 2017

A big weekend in Mill Hill - Details here

This is a big weekend in Mill Hill. Tomorrow we have the big Xmas lights turn on and on Saturday we have the official opening of the new town square.  There will be a full blown music festival in the town square. We also have a Christmas market, make sure you come down.

Fri 1st

14.00St Martins School Choir
14.30Courtlands Choir
16.00London Belles (Glen Miller style swing Jazz Vocal trio)

17.00Lights turn on then Mill Hill Marching Band
17.20 Douriane (Singer/Songwriter)

Sat 2ND
13.00 Official opening with the Deputy Mayor of Barnet and Mill Hill Marching band
13.20 Alexander Wyatt - Acoustic Singer/Songriter
14.00Radfax - We welcome back one of our favourite bands, covers and originals
14.45Jumpup Ballet school - Local Ballet School
15.00Paul Frankenberg -Simply Grey - We are pleased to welcome back Mill Hill's finest 50's & 60's Rock and Rollers!

16 DJ
16.30Mill Hill Churches choirs join up for our favourite Xmas Carols.

17.30Drop Pink - We welcome back our local indie rockers to close the festival, who did a storming set at the last festival.

For your enjoyment, here are a few preview clips!
Friday Artists

Saturday Artists

Alexander Wyatt. Alexander did a short set at the previous festival and also appeared on percussion with Bossa Bandits

Radfax have played locally many times. They are on at 2pm On Saturday,

The festival will be closed byDrop Pink who are a local Indie/ alternative band, who did a storming set at the last festival.. They’ve been together mainly doing covers for the last year and a half and have now starting writing our own music. We’re a group of four school mates  with an addictive stage presence and a passion for music. We also have a lovely following from our friends that come to all our gigs. Shanuk Dilhara is our lead singer and Rhythm guitar, Corey Herbaut as Lead guitar, Callum Graham on bass and Jack Medlin on drums and backing vocals.

Music will be performed between 1pm and 6pm. There will be a bar as well. Come down and say Hi!

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