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Travelling Band at Audlem Festival 2011

Ladies and Gentleman...this Thursday sees the absolute highlight of the musical year in Audlem.

Back in May, on the Sunday of the Audlem Music Festival, the village went mad for the sound of The Travelling Band. Well, this Thursday, the two main men are back, Adam and Joe live at the Lord Combermere.

They play complete with some young Audlem talent forming a strings section. Not only that, in support we have Garron Frith, again one of the best performers of the year.

This is truly set to be one of the highlights of the year. So why not come and watch this incredible night of live music. 

As always it's free to enter and will start at 9.00pm

Finally, if you're on your own or in a group, we cater for and welcome all. Come in as a stranger and leave as a friend.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and we look forward to seeing you.

 

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