Following the success of the 24th Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival, it is hoped more music lovers will come out in force to enjoy this year’s GreenRock Concert in Colne.
Taking place tomorrow, the free event will run between noon and 7pm on Colne’s Millenium Green, off Shaw Street.
As well as boasting a bumper schedule of acts, the concert, which has been organised by Colne Town Council, will also include refreshments, such as a hog roast and sandwiches, for those without picnics.
Acts Draks Drum, Third Thumb, LEN, Dirty Donnas, Bigbelly HiFi, Drum Machine, Walter Mitty’s Head and Rasta4Eyes will all be taking to the stage throughout the day.
And a face painting service is being organised for the children.
Committee Chairman Coun. Dorothy Lord said: “GreenRock is a great showcase for local bands, as well as those a little further afield.
“However, I believe it is the wonderful Colne atmosphere, generated by people of all ages that makes GreenRock such a vibrant, fun event.”
Anybody planning on going to GreenRock is reminded to turn up early, due to strict limitations on numbers.