Live, free music in Battersea Park this weekend
Dust off your cowboy boots. Live at the Bandstand is back and this year will have a country and western theme.
The event takes place on Saturday 17 June from 12 noon to 6pm at the Victorian Bandstand in Battersea Park and is suitable for all ages. Entry is free.
Live music includes local musicians The Lavender Hillbillies, James Meakin and the Bara Bara Band from Tooting. One of London’s foremost festival bands, Cut A Shine, will also be there as well as Dana Immanuel and her all-girl Stolen Band and DJ Joe Buirski.
There will be a bar from Sambrooks Brewery and a cocktail bar from Honest Folk, plus a range of food include pizza, Caribbean food, burritos, and meat cooked in a locomotive engine.
Children’s activities include funfair rides and free western-inspired workshops in the workshop tent. The Friends of Battersea Park will also have their stall at the event providing information on membership, the park, and how you can get involved.
Full music programme:
12:30pm–1pm James Meakin
1:15pm–2pm The Bara Bara Band
2:15pm–3pm Dana Immanuel and the Stolen Band
3:30pm–4:30pm Cut A Shine
5pm–6pm The Lavender Hillbillies
Live at the Bandstand is managed and delivered by Enable Events Team on behalf of Wandsworth Council.
June 12, 2017