Glastonbrewery is back at Lancaster Brewhouse and Tap next weekend, with a delectable array of sounds for your listening pleasure.
The event, organised to raise money for the Bay Aqua Therapy charity, will also be dedicated to Lancaster musician David Bebbington, whose death on Sunday night has shocked the local music scene.
David was due to perform at the event with his band Gruffalo’s Child (see page three for a tribute to David).
The event also co-incides with the launch of Molly Warburton’s new EP What The Night May Bring at The Dalton Rooms in Dalton Sqaure, meaning you’re spoilt for choice music wise next Friday night, November 22.
Glastonbrewery Lite is a scaled down version of the larger event which took place back in May.
This event at the brewery at Lancaster Leisure Park, features performances from headliners The Feud, along with Blackheart Afterglow and The Thyme Machine.
It is hoped a replacement act can be found for Gruffalo’s Child.
The Feud are just back from a mini European tour, taking in France, Holland, Belgium Germany and The Czech Republic, including a show at Prague’s Futurum Music Bar, which regularly features artists from across the globe.
Lancaster four piece Blackheart Afterglow have been winning hearts (ahem) wherever they play, with their cool and collected yet edgy indie-rock sound.
The Thyme Machine are likely to bring out the eccentric in you. Their bizarre yet catchy and melodic sets twist and turn in a “lo-fi glam” kind of way.
Led by Kriss Foster, they describe themselves as “like Kiss but on a £10 budget”.
Organiser Zoe Hamilton said: “We have some brilliant bands lined up, and will be dedicating the event to David, with a minute’s applause.”
Tickets for the gig, available from the brewery, Pizza Margherita and The Music Spot are priced £5, and doors open at 7pm. Zoe expressed thanks to all the businesses that have sponsored the event.