Travlines music festival back at Bramley pub

By Michael Upton | 04/08/2015 0 comments

Travlines music festival back at Bramley pub

MUSIC from The Atmospherics, Native Braves and The Reveurs is on the bill at a pub’s annual summer festival next weekend.

The Traveller’s in Bramley is bringing back Travlines next Saturday

(15), with all proceeds going to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Co-organiser Gemma Eastwood said: “Last year’s event raised over £2,500 and after such a huge success and a massive turnout we have decided to do it again.

The music starts at just after noon and goes on until 9pm, when a fireworks finale will bring the event to a close.

Manchester’s The Reveurs, Blackpool band The Atmospherics and Dundee’s The Un-Romantics are among the acts travelling to perform.

The outdoor stage line-up is as follows:
12.15pm - Davey Wilson
1.15pm - Chris Baum
2.20pm - Early Cartographers
3.30pm - The Storm Trees
4.40pm - The Un-Romantics
5.50pm - Native Braves
7pm - The Reveurs
8.10pm - The Atmospherics
9pm - Fireworks finale

As well as the outdoor stage, there will be an acoustic lounge inside the pub, with various artists performing from the Rotherham area.

There will also be various stalls including craft, food, fund-raising and games.

Auction items include memorabilia signed by the likes of Hollywood stars Vin Diesel and Elijah Wood and a limited edition drawing of Paul Weller.

Gemma added: “We have lots going on for all the family including face painting and a bouncy castle.

“We will have parents and grandparents of children who have used the hospice facilities speaking about their own personal experience and support they received.”

The event is free and open to all ages.


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