Music on Swanage Pier

Category: Entertainment

Start Date: 24/08/2019 11:00

End Date: 24/08/2019 16:00

Location: Swanage Pier, Pier Approach

Booking Essential: No

Description: Come along and enjoy music from local bands and choirs on the beautiful setting of Swanage Pier. Chantoozy - 11.00am Chantoozy are a Dorset based Piano & Voice duo playing Smooth Jazz. Kelp! Shantymen – 12.00pm & 3.00pm Swanage’s Premier sea shanty group, singing shanties to anyone who gets too close. Kelp! have been entertaining the people of Purbeck for several years, raising money for the RNLI and other charities. The Red Herrings – 1.00pm The Red Herrings Ukulele Band is a group of local ukulele enthusiasts who come together to play for fun at charity events and concerts such as Swanage Carnival and Folk Festival. Come and have a listen to the Red Herrings' interpretations of all sorts of songs from sea shanties and folk tunes to pop classics! Little Rocks @ 2.00pm Little Rocks is a small group of ladies from Harmony Rocks choir who sing weekly and support different charities with twice yearly concerts, singing pop, choral and showstoppers. Normal admission charges apply to the Pier. Weather dependent, please check Facebook and website on the day. Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

Website: Visit website

E-mail: activities@swanagepiertrust.com

Telephone: 01929 425 806

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