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Local Bands Tune up for Music Event in Richmond Castle
Wednesday, Aug 29, 2012
Local Bands Tune up for Music Event in Richmond Castle
Local bands who will be playing at this weekends annual, live music event got together to check out the venue.

Band members called in at Richmond Castle where the festival, Castle Calling, will be staged this Friday.

Local bands Rosie, My Lost Youth, Pandora and the Wolves, The Enything, Borneo Punks, The Bass Thieves, TGM, Since Warning, You Had Me At Hello, Summer City, White Rose and Aurora will be playing. Headlining the event are London based Indie rock band, Clock Opera and Nigerian born Seye.

Organised by young people for young people, Castle Calling is open to anyone over the age of 11 and is strictly alcohol free. It is run by Richmondshire District Youth Council with support from the District Council, North Yorkshire Youth Support Service, and Hambleton and Richmondshire Community Safety Partnership and is sponsored by thecitysecret.

The festival runs from 6 – 10.30pm (doors open at 5.30pm).

Tickets - priced £6 in advance (£8 on the gate) – are available from Richmond Tourist Information Centre, Richmond Youth Centre (at Richmond School), Richmondshire District Council Community Offices in Richmond, Colburn, Reeth, Hawes and Leyburn and online at www.wegottickets.co.uk

For more information check out www.castlecalling.co.uk

Photo: Members of local bands Since Warning, Pandora and the Wolves, and Aurora – from left to right: Fernan Garcia (Pandora), Jamie Hillman (Since Warning), Georgi Eaton (Pandora), Alex Cooper (Since Warning), Jacob Mackin (Since Warning), Ben Purkiss-McEndoo (Aurora), Will Stockbridge (Aurora), Tom Farquar (Aurora).

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