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More acts and venues for Darwen Live

Lancashire Telegraph: The South are on the main stage The South are on the main stage

PUBS and clubs in Darwen will host live music as part of the popular Darwen Live music festival on Sunday and Monday:

On Sunday, Cafe Hub Bistro in Foundry Street, which is a no-alcohol venue, welcomes Amy Eddleston (1pm), Jaari Gorak (1.40pm), Kae-Lei Stowell (2.30pm), Bob Fox (3.30pm), Dean Fraser (4.30pm), Grace Davies (5.30pm) and The Unknown (7pm).

Monday’s line-up features A Means To An End (2.30pm), Steve Warwick (3.30pm), Jimmy Allsop (4.30pm), Laura Taylor (5.30pm) and Darrell Smith (6.30pm).

There is also a packed schedule at The Crown in Redearth Road, which kicks off both days with blues and acoustic open mic from noon. Then on Sunday, there will be performances from Matt Walsh (1pm), India Mill (2pm), Hot Tock Trio (3pm), Bad Cardigan (4pm), Cherrybomb (5pm), English Outback (6pm), Doug Perkins and The Spectaculars (7pm), Crush (8pm) and Fear The Fallen (10.30pm).

Monday’s performers will be The Tone Ranger (1.30pm), Roller Music (3pm), The Tragics (4pm), The November Five (5pm), Red Light Effect (6pm), Baxter Rhodes (7pm), J-Bear And The Giants (8pm) and Inego (9pm).


3pm - Bad Cardigan
3:30 - Good Foxy
4pm - The Lébrels
4:30 - The Slydes
5:15 - Doug Perkins & The Spectaculars
6pm - The Talks
7pm - Missing Andy
830 - The South

3pm - Josh Kemp Official
3:30 - Rime Suspex
4pm - Sky Valley Mistress
4:30 - Nina Baker
5:20 - Jeramiah Ferrari
6:15 - Merry Hell
7:30 - The SoulTrain


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