Burton Music Collective, a group of likeminded music fans from Burton upon Trent have announced an exciting line up of grass roots gigs, which will take place across the town in November this year.
The Burton Music Collective project, supported by The Brewhouse Arts Centre with funding from East Staffordshire Borough Council, aims to support and rejuvenate a rich history of live music, which has included, the 76 Club to The Refinery, The Telescopes, The Leisure Society and Riding The Low.
The first step of this new initiative will see a multi-venue celebration of live gigs take place in a host of locations across the town, kicked off with Riding The Low playing at The Brewhouse on Friday 3rd November.
The headline gigs include:
• Riding The Low – The Brewhouse – 3rd November 8pm
• The Telescopes + The Telephones & Kez – Tower Brewery – 16th November 7.30pm
• THEIA present; Welcome to the Splash Parade! – The Geek Bar – 18th November 7.30pm
• Craig Gould & the Noble Thieves present: Songs of St Modwens – St Modwen’s Church 7pm
• Kitten Pyramid: Loud in the Library Burton Library – Burton Library – 25th November 6pm
In addition, Burton Music Collective are also hosting a series of relaxed hangouts every Saturday throughout November, featuring a wide range of artist. This programme includes:
• Indie Night with 76 Club – 4th November – Brews of the World
• Rock Night with Dirty Bomb – 11th November – Brews of the World
• Acoustic Night with Jemma Johnson – 18th November – Brews of the World
• DJ Night with One For The Road – 25th November – Brews of the World
Cllr Paul Walker, Cabinet Member for Tourism and Cultural Development, said: “It’s great to see so many amazing artists take to the stage this November, revitalising Burton’s music scene. We’re in for a month full of fantastic entertainment, so book your tickets now on the Burton Music Collective’s website.”
You can show your support for the gigs by booking tickets via: www.burtonmusiccollective.co.uk