Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th September 2015 12:00pm
There will be a feast of music in the marquee and garden at The Broad Leys pub, Wendover Road, Aylesbury HP21 9LB on Saturday 26th September from 3.00pm until 8.30pm.
Entry is free but with raffle and other fundraising activities for The Finley Newell Mobility and Equipment Fund.
Headlining the event, with Finley's dad Joel playing bass, will be The Powders, a popular indie rock band formed in 2004 who enjoyed a good following, but disbanded after 7 years. They have come together as a one-off in support of Finley. Joel will also be playing saxophone with The Maintrees.
Supporting bands in the line-up are "The Dung Beatles", "The Maintrees" (jam/jazz/hiphop), "HEG", "Lil Spenny's Sounds of Ska", "Scatterbrain" and other acoustic acts.
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