SOUTH TYNESIDE FESTIVAL LINEUP

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01 July 2018 - 28 July 2018

Pepperpot Fayre

Market Square, South Shields

Sunday 1 July 10am-3pm

FREE

Craft and food market in the town centre featuring local artists and fresh produce.

 

Proms in the Park

Bents Park, South Shields,

Sunday 1 July, 3.30-5.30pm

FREE

Enjoy an afternoon of classical performances, showstoppers and patriotic favourites performed by South Tyneside Orchestra.

 

Sunday Concerts

Bents Park, South Shields, from noon (Priority Plus tickets) and 12.45pm for non-ticket holders

FREE

Sunday 8 July – Pixie Lott, Aston Merrygold, Phats & Small

Sunday 15 July – The Vamps, The Cutkelvins, New Hope Club

Sunday 22 July – Scouting for Girls, The Fizz, Roachford

Sunday 29 July – Heather Small, Atomic Kitten, Lemar, Sam Lavery

 

Brass Bands at Sandhaven Amphitheatre

Sundays 3.30-5.30pm

FREE

Sunday 8 July – South Tyneside Wind Band

Sunday 15 July – South Tyneside Brass Band supported by South Tyneside Wind Band

Sunday 22 July – Bear Park and Esh Brass Band

Sunday 29 July – Bright Street Big Band

 

Hebburn Carr Ellison Carnival

Carr Ellison Park, Jarrow

11am

FREE

Fun day featuring funfair and live music along with an evening firework display

 

Music in South Marine Park

2-4pm

FREE

Saturday 28 July – Little Big Band

 

Destination Arbeia

Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields

Saturday 28 July, 11am

FREE

Action-packed free fun day in association with GemArts offering a day of activities from around the world


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