20 June 2012
Salisbury City Council’s annual Music in the Parks concerts held at Queen Elizabeth Gardens, kick off in style on Sunday 24 June at 2pm with jazz swing vocalist David Bradley - his unique vocals bring alive some favourite toe-tapping tunes. The concerts which run on various Sundays throughout the summer continue on the 8 July with The Panama Hat Traditional Jazz Band.
To coincide with Love Parks Week - a fortnight of events in parks nationwide- the Council has planned a special concert from The Salisbury City Band of the Royal British Legion on Sunday 22 July at 2pm. There will also be free activities for all the family and a bouncy castle.
Music in the Parks continues on 5 August with an afternoon of rock and roll from covers band, The Sneakers guaranteed to get you up and dancing. The last Music in the Parks is August 19 and is a great excuse to sing and dance along to your favourite eighties tunes with covers band - Eighties Fever.
Parks Assistant Polly Mason said, “Music in the Parks has been running successfully for a number of years and is extremely popular with residents and visitors to the City. This year’s line up offers a great variety of live music, and the concerts are a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Queen Elizabeth Gardens.”
All concerts are from 2pm – 4pm in Queen Elizabeth Gardens and they are all free to attend. So pack up a picnic and join us for relaxing Sunday afternoons in the sun.