Things to see and do in Thanet, June 21-23

The open gardens event is back

The Magic of the Beatles

June 21, 7.30pm, Granville Theatre, Ramsgate

UK Tour features a cast that not only look and sound like John, Paul, George, and Ringo, they also generate that same, excitement.

Enjoy She Loves You, A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, I Feel Fine, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Hey Jude, Here Comes the Sun, Get Back and so many more non-stop chart toppers. Concertgoers are invited to join a magical musical tour that takes you back to the golden era of pop music – featuring hit after hit after hit!

Tickets £36.30 + booking fee Book now

Discovery Planet Ramsgate

On Saturday the 22nd of June Discovery Planet and Arts in Ramsgate (46 High Street) will both open their doors from 10am to 3pm to offer refreshments and a range of activities which explore the meaning of ‘HOME’, the theme of this year’s Refugee Week. You’ll also get the chance to see an artwork made by a group of young people attending Pie Factory Music’s Open Arms project.

To complement the event, independent bookshop, Book Bodega, on Harbour Street has curated a reading list that can be found online at www. uk.bookshop.org/lists/refugee-week-2024. Many of the titles can also be obtained through the local library.

Undertow

A new poetry project has given a voice to asylum seekers living in Margate.

Undertow secured funding from Artcry to work with 35 young men who live locally, and in a workshop at Marine Studios they spoke about their experiences. They told of being forced from their homes by war and violence, spoke of Margate as a safe place, and shared their hopes for the future.

Poet Dr Kat Lewis has written a poem titled Statement of Asylum: Remix using their words. It will be projected onto a prominent Margate building this Friday 21st June, at sunset – 9.30pm. Viewers should gather on Margate Steps for the best view.

Steve Lobb exhibition

An exhibition at Ramsgate’s Wooden Box Gallery has been organised to mark the first anniversary of artist Steve Lobb’s death.

Steve moved to Ramsgate in 2013 and went on to have many successful exhibitions at the Pie Factory Margate.

Steve Lobb Paintings is at The Wooden Box Gallery, 92 High Street, Ramsgate from 20th – 26th June, and the gallery is open 11.00am – 4.00pm.

Woven Form: Exhibition at Salon

Margate textile artist Charlotte Wakefield’s first solo show at Salon, 101a Northdown Road, Cliftonville

Exhibition 21st – 26th June, 11am – 7pm daily

Join The Salon Gallery in the heart of Margate’s Cliftonville for a striking display of hand-woven artistry.

This exclusive event showcases the skilful craft of Margate-based handweaver and textile artist Charlotte Wakefield, in her first solo show.

Charlotte transforms dead-stock yarns into vibrant, intricate textiles.

Big 7 national scooter rally

The British Scooter Rallies event is being held at Dreamland from June 21-23 and some 2,000 scooterists are expected to attend.

The rally will include live bands, a parts fair, custom show, South Coast Pirates scooter club ride out and camping for 600 people at Palm Bay green with others booking Air BnBs.

The event has sponsorship from Margate Mod and Skinhead clothing store Rat Race and Thanet scooterists will lead the ride out along with the VCB Thanet & South Coast Pirates Scooter Club around the coast and into Ramsgate.

Scooterists on the ride-out will meet along the Harbour Arm at noon on Saturday for a 12.30pm set off.

3 Rooms Of Music

Soul Room is within the Grade 2 listed Ballroom, with Soul, Northern and dance DJ’s. Danny Peach and the KTF Soul Club (Essex) will be hosting the room.

Hall By The Sea will have three live bands each evening.

The Roller Room will host  Dave Porter & Minxy and a list of other top DJ’s.

Across the weekend bands will include Sex Pistols Exposé, Dad Manners, Springtide Cavalry, Red Hot Riot, Scam 69 and more.

National Custom Show

The National Custom Show will be hosted inside Dreamland between 11am and 3.30pm on Saturday, June 22. The show is free entry and open to the public. It will host some of the top custom show scooters in the country along with a variety of others. There will be 13 trophies up for grabs.

Traders Market & Parts Fair

The Parts Fair and Market Place will be hosted inside Dreamland on the main walkway also on June 22. The Parts fair is free entry and is open to the public, between 10am and 3.30pm.

Music at Dreamland Friday 21st June Evening at 7pm until 2am

Custom show and parts fair at Dreamland Saturday 22nd June 10am until 3.30pm

Music at Dreamland Saturday 22nd June 7pm until 2am

Tickets need to be bought in advance and start at £33.25 (including booking fee).

To find out more and book click here

Paramotor Championships

June 14-24, Manston airport

After a successful first outing in 2023, Manston is once again be the site for the British Open and National Paramotor Championships (BOPC), hosted by the RAF Manston History Museum and airport site owners RiverOak Strategic Partners (RSP).

Paramotoring is a form of ultralight aviation where the pilot wears a back-pack motor, which provides enough thrust to take off using a paraglider. Steering well away from live flight paths, paramotor pilots can ascend several thousand feet into the air, but typically fly at around 1,000 feet, their small motors making only a distant buzz as they pass overhead – as if someone was mowing the lawn in the distance.

Home at ARK

HOME takes place from now until Sunday 23 June. It includes an exhibition of work curated by the Araqa Collective, an organisation based in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon to empower marginalised communities through art education and culture. The Araqa Collective has worked with a group of 11 young refugees, mainly from Syria and Palestine, alongside young people from Lebanon, to create photos and texts responding to the theme of ‘home’.

On Friday 21 June at 7.30pm, Women of the World Orchestra will perform, featuring women from Iran, Syria, Palestine, Hongkong, India, Greece, Venezuela and UK. Some are refugees, and some were forced to move due to difficult situations in their own country. Their music is a mix of different musical traditions with some new pieces specially composed and arranged for the orchestra.

Women of the World musicians are all members of the Orchestra from Everywhere which played to a sell-out audience at ARK in February.

On Saturday 22 June, ARK hosts Asylum Monologues, from 3.30pm, a performed reading of interwoven first-hand accounts of people’s experiences of seeking refuge and the UK’s asylum system, produced by Ice and Fire Theatre.

This is followed by ZouZou Group’s –door open– from 6.30pm, which was made by two women artists, one Syrian, the other British, during the Syrian Civil War. For the safety of the Syrian artist, both artists are anonymised as ZouZou Group.

The 25 minute film is followed by a discussion with artist Felicity Allen whose work regularly took her to Damascus before the Syrian Uprising of 2010.

The evening finishes with a screening of Nezouh at 8pm, Syrian director Soudade Kaadan’s award-winning feature film. 14-year-old Zeina and her family are the last to have stayed in their besieged hometown of Damascus. A missile rips a giant hole in their home, exposing them to the outside world. When a rope is mysteriously lowered into the hole, Zeina gets her first taste of freedom, and unimaginable possibilities open up for her.

The highlight of Sunday 23 June is Rutas at 12.30pm, a talk by acclaimed artist Studio Lenca.  Inspired by their own lived experience of displacement, Rutas is a space for individuals who have undertaken undocumented journeys to share their experiences, collectively forming an archive of an unrecorded chapter in the history of the United States.

Alongside these events are:

Clowns without Borders’ Silly Session for children aged 5 – 11 – Sunday 23 June (11am – 12pm)

ENCOUNTER, a drama workshop where participants can explore their creativity, in a safe, welcoming, fun and inclusive environment – Sunday 23 June (2.30pm – 4.30pm)

On Sunday 23 June, from 5.30pm – 6.30pm, the festival closes with a short performance from Azza, the Dalby Boys, with free Roma inspired refreshments.

HOME is supported by: Refugee Week, Arts Council England, Ice and Fire Theatre, Projekt Europa, Clowns without Borders, and Kent County Council.

ARK is based at the former Shul in Albion Road.

www.arkcliftonville.com

Zero 7 Presents: Swimsurreal (DJ set)

June 21, 7pm, Faith In Strangers, Ethelbert Crescent, Cliftonville

Zero 7’s new project SWIMSUR­RE­AL and their debut album ​‘In The Half Light’ is released on the 21st June, they will also be dig­ging out some of their favourite records for this special night.

Local tal­ent Ben Sun will be on the sup­port… a Mar­gate-based artist fus­ing ana­log fre­quen­cies and crushed sam­ples to cre­ate vivid, atmos­pher­ic dance music.

18+  Tickets £13.50 Book now

Los Cogelones

June 21, 8pm, Where Else? The Centre, Margate

Los Cogelones have transcended their beginnings as a local band. Their music, known as “Rock Mexica Experimental,” fuses rock and punk with traditional Aztec rhythms and instruments, such as the huéhuetl drum and tlapitzalli flutes, and includes lyrics in the Nahuatl language.

Tickets from £6.44 Book now

Palace Cinema Broadstairs

THE LAVENDER HILL MOB U

One of two classic Ealing comedy restorations showing this month. The Lavender Hill Mob is the enduringly funny story of a lowly bank clerk’s ingenious plan to rob the Bank of England. Much bungling and hilarity ensues!

Friday 21 June to Thursday 27 June

THE LADYKILLERS PG

Second classic Ealing comedy restoration showing this month. A gang of criminals plan their next heist, but have reckoned without their eccentric landlady,  Mrs Wilberforce – with Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers. Treat yourself to a belly laugh or two!

Saturday 22 June to Tuesday 25 June. More details here

Cycle Del Mar Sunset Ride with The Solarwaves Rickshaw Sound System

Join a free event that welcomes everyone – whether you ride a bike, trike, skateboard, roller boots, or inlines, or prefer to run. This inclusive gathering encourages participants to immerse themselves in al fresco grooves on the move.

Date: Saturday, June 22. Time: Meet at 8:30pm. Turner Contemporary, Margate

What to Bring: Your preferred mode of transport (bike, trike, skateboard, etc.), and your creativity!

Decorate your bikes and yourself with lights, costumes, horns, bells, and whistles. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist, lapsed or new cyclist, or just looking for a fun way to enjoy the sunset, this event is for you.

Cycle Del Mar is not just about the ride; it’s about community, creativity, and celebrating the beauty of Margate together. So, grab your friends, family, and neighbors, and come join the fun!

For more information, visit: Cycle Del Mar

Ann Twist

Off The Hook Productions bring Ann Twist to the stage at The Centre in Birchington on June 22.

The show is full of twists and turns where two orphans find themselves in the wrong story.

Performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Tickets £12 child £14 adult at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/off-the-hook-productions-and-events-ltd

Charity fashion show

Ramsgate’s seven charity shops are teaming up to bring the 2024 charity shop fashion show to the catwalk at Radford House.

The event will take place on Saturday, June 22 and follows on from the success of last year’ show with compere Julie Forsyth which raised more than £1000.

People of all ages and sizes will be volunteer models to reassert the inclusive nature of this initiative. Last year 32 individuals took to the catwalk, none had previous experience of  with the oldest over 80 and the youngest aged six.

All items paraded during the show will be available for sale at the end of the evening to maximise the amount raised for each of the charity shops – RSPCA, Pilgrim’s Hospices, TAG Pet Rescue, Cats In Crisis, Cancer Research UK, British Red Cross and Shelter.

This year there are two new aspects to the show: Unique Creations – a competition for all those who love creative upcycling and a live auction of the best dozen or so items.

The fun-packed evening will have a bar and interval music from a local Ukelele band.

Doors opens at 6.30pm. Tickets  cost £10 and will be available from all the charity shops and via Ticket Tailor at https://www.tickettailor.com/events/radfordevents/1255171?

Ramsgate Tunnels model railway event

Saturday 22nd June, 10am to 4pm

The sound of railway engines will again be heard in Ramsgate Tunnels with miniature models bringing back memories of the great days of our railways.

At least ten operating model railway layouts will be on show as well as trade stands, the Tunnel souvenir shop and Tunnel Tea Shop.

During the day the normal explorer tours will be running and there will be a special Railway Tunnels Tour at 11am. Advance booking is highly recommended.

Entrance to the Model Railway Exhibition and the tunnels museum is free, but tours are priced at the normal rate.

Nordic Walking

Free Nordic Walking sessions are on offer in Ramsgate for the over 55’s thanks to SEK/KCC Wellbeing Community funding.

The sessions, which take place at Ellington ark and Spencer Square are led by Langmead guest house owner Denise Hill.

Saturday Vincent’s noon-1pm

Sunday Ellington Park café 11am to noon

Contact Denise on 07813 653775

Email [email protected]

LOW Margate

A wine and music event will take place in Margate this weekend.

Some 20 venues will take part in the LOW Margate weekender organised by Lee Coad, of Angela’s, Harry Ryder, of Bottega Caruso and Jeremy Duffy from Faith in Strangers.

There will be more than 100 different wines, some  to try and a variety of music will be staged.

On June 22 the Old Town Margate will play host to LOW Tasting Rooms where people can try wines from both importers and winemakers from across Europe and Great Britain. Organic, biodynamic and low-intervention winemakers will be on hand.

Venues across the town will be pairing wines, some unique to Margate, with music moving around some 20 venues including The Space in the High Street, a Summer Solstice party at Faith in Strangers in Cliftonville, Little Swift, Staple, Pomus, Louis on Sea, The Margate School and others.

There will be discounted rates on wines and a carefully curated selection of tunes from a varied selection of artists and DJs.

Saturday evening  will close with a ticket only summer solstice party at Faith In Strangers .

Sunday (June 23) will focus on pairing wine, music and food across the seafront in the Old Town of Margate culminating in a closing party and pairing at Sargasso on the harbour arm.

You can find more about it at lowmargate.com

Live Music at Broadstairs Bandstand – Mr.Z

June 22, 2pm-4pm, Broadstairs Bandstand

Weekend entertainment brought to you by Broadstairs & St. Peters Town Council

80’s Synth Pop Classics and some modern dance grooves with Mr.Z

A Summer Guitar Concert with Bob Drury

June 22, 7.30pm, Sarah Thorne Theatre Broadstairs

Bob Drury returns with another guitar concert. This year’s theme is sounds of Spain and South America.

£13+£1 Booking Fee in advance. £15 on the door Book now

Cockles and Muscles – Summer Sweat Box

June 22, 7pm, Margate Arts Club, 276 Northdown Road

The fun Queer arty party performance/DJ collective, Cockles and Muscles. Expect lots of joy, fun and silly times.

Dress in something outrageously fun, camp or silly, something DIY, Lycra, fishnet body stockings, leather harness, drag, costumes, fancy dress, masks, hats…. Anything from the back of the wardrobe you have been saving. Stick it on and get silly on the dance floor.

Price structure to suit everyone/time they want to arrive…. everyone shall go to the ball.

Free before 7pm (just turn up)… The garden will be open from 6pm-11pm.

18+

£5 before 8pm

£7 before 9pm

£10 before 11pm

Book now

Exploding Cinema

June 22, 7.30pm, Tom Thumb Theatre Cliftonville

Exploding Cinema returns to Margate for an evening of short films made by local filmmakers.

Come and support them and enjoy some music and a free raffle.

Tickets from £7.50 plus booking fee Book now

Minster-in-Thanet Open Gardens

June 22-23, National Garden Scheme event in aid of St Mary’s Church, Minster, 10am – 5pm

A whole range of village gardens will be open, with knowledgeable gardeners on hand for advice and ideas.

See art on show, and visit the beautiful medieval Parish Church, known as the Cathedral of the Marshes.

A variety of refreshments will be on offer throughout the day, and Ploughman’s Lunches available at Old Schools.

All proceeds for the upkeep of the beautiful St. Mary’s Church building.

There will be plants for sale, grown by gardeners.

Cost £5.00 adults, accompanied under 14s free.

Tickets on the day from any participating garden, the car park, and Old Schools.

Approximately 12 gardens will be open, but the total may vary from day to day – please contact the organisers if you need exact numbers.

Parking available on Minster Recreation Ground.

Northdown to Walpole Bay Walk

June 22, 2pm, meet outside the Holy Trinity Church, opposite The Wheatsheaf.

Robin Colyer leads a local history walk on behalf of Margate Civic Society

The walk takes in Northdown Park, Holly Lane, and Cliftonville, finishing at the Walpole Bay Hotel.

Suggested donation of at least £3 for the walk, which lasts approximately an hour and a half.

For further details, please phone 07878 537448.

Pinhole Photography Workshop

June 22, 10am-2pm, The Margate School, High Street

In this workshop, you will explore some of the basics of analogue photography in a creative and fun way. Using recycled materials you will start by making your own DIY pinhole camera (or several). You will then have time to expose a few shots before processing and printing the black-and-white images in the darkroom.

This workshop is a great introduction to the darkroom and photographic process.

No previous experience in analogue photography is required and photographic paper and chemistry are provided.

6 places are available

Tickets £45 + Booking fee Book now

Trucks & Tracks

June 22-23, 10am to 4pm, RAF Manston History Museum

Trucks, lorries, tractors, trailers, mountain bikes and monster trucks at RAF Manston History Museum!

There will also be fire engine and tank rides on the day.

Refreshments available – ice cream, waffles, hot and cold drinks

Normal museum admission charges apply…

Adults £5.50, Concession £4.50, Child £2.50, Family (2 Adults, up to 4 Children) £15

Margate Reggae Festival

June 22, 2pm-11pm, Dreamland

Heading to the Dreamland iconic Scenic Stage the line up includes:

Julian Marley

Aswad

The Skints

Desmond Dekker’s Aces

The Beat

Dawn Penn

Trojan Soundsystem

General Levy

Reggae Roast

Congo Natty

Hollie Cook

This is a 14+ event. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets from £29.50. Book here

Flints Solstice Fayre

June 22, noon to 7pm, Newgate Gap

Flints welcomes everyone to their third Summer Solstice of sea-joy festivities…

Meet at the wrack-zone to mark the longest day of the year on the Newgate Gap beach.

Participate in creative Litha Summer Solstice celebrations:

Ticketed Nature Skills and craft workshops  Thanet Coast Project Scavenger Hunt * Artisanal Stalls, Locally-foraged food & drinks kiosk, Selkie the Seal Puppet Play,  Closing Fire Singing Circle *

https://www.instagram.com/p/C70ruzEMe0L/

Olivia Hope ‘Little Lion Girl’ Storytime & Draw-Along

June 22, 1.30pm, Happy Reading Children’s Bookshop, Reading Street, Broadstairs

Meet the wonderful Irish Children’s author, Olivia Hope, and have a ROARSOME time with Olivia Hope and her new picture book ‘Little Lion Girl’ (for ages 3+)!

There’ll be a journey with little Leonie to the big city, some exciting lion art and then you can create your own mini lion gallery too.

Olivia is visiting during the Happy Reading Children’s Bookshop’s first Indie Bookshop Week and sharing her brand new picture book ‘Little Lion Girl’, co-created with illustrator Fiona Woodcock, in Broadstairs only a couple of days after publication!

Suitable for children aged 3+

Ticket price includes a copy of the book (usually £7.99)

Seating information: children will sit on cushions and will be provided with equipment including washable colouring pencils/crayons depending on their age and ability. There are a couple of seats for adults who wish to attend with their children, otherwise adults will be expected to stand and watch from the main shop area, or enjoy a lovely coffee and pastry downstairs in STAPLE.

Tickets £5 Book now

Carlton Cinema Westgate

Inside Out 2 (U)

Disney and Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” returns to the mind of newly minted teenager Riley just as headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions! Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who’ve long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren’t sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she’s not alone.

June 21-27. More details here

Lidl v Morrisons charity match

Sunday, June 23, 6.30pm kick off. Ramsgate FC grounds

£5 on the door, bar and food available,. Money raised goes to Together Fr Short Lives

Kits sponsored by Cains Amusements and Scoops ice cream parlour

Strawberry Tea Concert with the Birchington Silver Band

St John’s  Church, Margate, Sunday 23rd June at 2.30pm

A concert with the Birchington Silver Band at 2.30pm followed by a strawberry afternoon tea.

Enjoy wonderful music in the church and stay on for a delicious afternoon tea. There is a warm welcome for all.

Tickets for the tea need to be purchased in advance by midday Saturday 22nd June and cost £6 per person.

Tickets are available from the St John’s office by e-mailing [email protected] or from Margaret on 07718 354886.

Ramsgate Old Motorcars and Motorcycles Club

June 23, 10am-4pm, Crampton Tower Museum in Broadstairs

Nearest public car park off St Peters Park Road (free on Saturdays)

Admission with Museum tickets – Adults £4, children £2, Family tickets £10 (2 adults + 2-3 children)

Live Music at Broadstairs Bandstand – Kent Coast Concert Band

June 23, 2.30pm-4pm, Broadstairs Bandstand

Weekend entertainment brought to you by Broadstairs & St. Peters Town Council

A varied programme for an entertaining afternoon of concert music.

The Giant Killers

June 23, 7.30pm, Sarah Thorne Theatre in Broadstairs

Set in the early years of Association Football, The Giant Killers follows a ragtag bunch of Lancashire mill workers who defied all odds to become the first working-class team in the country to play in the FA Cup.

Unwelcomed by their upper-class opponents, the town of Darwen is fighting for more than just their place in the cup, and the eyes of the nation rest hope on their shoulders.

Recommended Age 14+

Enthrals from start to finish.

Tickets £17 paid in advance, or £19 on doors Book now

Six – Teen Edition

A cast from Silver Slipper take to the stage at The Centre in Birchington on June 23rd to perform Six, the Teen Edition.

From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of history.

Shows at 2pm and 7pm

Tickets cost £12.50 children £13.50 adults and can be bought at: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/birchington/the-centre-birchington/six-the-teen-musical-by-silver-slipper/e-rayexz?

Thanet Trees

June 23, 10.30am,

A Talk by Phoebe Cullingworth, Tree and Biodiversity Coordinator for Thanet District Council, at Union Church, Union Crescent, Margate

Thanet has a very low tree canopy cover…..80% lower than the rest of the UK!

Phoebe Cullingworth is Tree and Biodiversity Coordinator for Thanet District Council and joins Food For Thought Margate at Union Church to talk all things tree!

Including the plans being made to increase planting for the benefit of residents and wildlife alike. She’ll also discuss the importance of the native chalk grassland that hugs our coastline and how this is being looked after.

FREE hot breakfast, music and a planting workshop for kids.

The Swaggerjacks

June 23, The Oval Bandstand and Lawns, Cliftonville

Doors, toilets and concessions open 1pm – 5pm, Concert 2pm – 4pm.

A minimum £2 donation per adult on door (under 16’s no donation required). All persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

A fully licensed bar and food is available (alcohol and food is not to be brought into venue, bag searches are in operation). Fully accessible toilet facilities are available. All seating areas have step-free access.

Forest Bathing and Tea Ceremony

June 23, 11am-12.30pm, Monkton Nature Reserve

Experience the peace of Forest Bathing in the setting of Monkton Nature Reserve.

Forest bathing can be as simple as walking in any natural environment and consciously connecting with what’s around you. Please meet at Reception upon arrival.

This session will be led by Monkton Nature Reserve’s volunteer, Vicki, who has studied the art of Forest Bathing. Time will be spent on the reserve and attendees will be able to take part in a tea ceremony at the end of the session.

The price includes full access to the reserve on the day for attendees and their family.

(This session is for adults and spaces are limited to a group of 8 in total.)

Tickets £15 Book now

Ramsgate Rummage

June 23, 11am to 3.30pm, Radford House, 19-20 Effingham Street

A real Ramsgate Rummage event, with a theme of reusing, recycling and reinventing things – several of the town’s charity shops will have stalls and there’s space outside and inside filled with second hand, bric a brac, upcycled craft, printing your own T shirt – lots to enjoy and have a good old rummage

12 Comments

    • What? Are you having a laugh, when there’s a Beatles tribute band at the Granville you think listening to hours of the same pot filled monotonous drone is better, no wonder we’re totally finished as a country. Still, I’m probably in the minority as we’ve truly been dumbed down in all our thinking. It’s all a blooming shame.

        • Oh, yes they were really good rock and roll bands, just ask Pete Townsend his thoughts on the influence of Lennon and Macartney on their music, but you stick your reggae fest and enjoy being surrounded with pot headed drone music. No contest I’m afraid.

  1. i am so pleased to hear others feel the same about the beatles , they are probably the most overated band of all time , they have become a myth , there monotonous repetitive songs were of often riddled with references to drugs , and still people fell for it , they should remain in the past

    • Thanks Real World , i think they were good in the studio but live they really weren,t much good , compared with Who , Stones , ELP ,Cream , or do i just like exciting live bands !
      But i still think the line up on the reggae dreamland festival looks a good night ..

    • And reggae……drugs? Clearly you’ve no music knowledge if you you think The Beatles were monotonous have you listened to more than 5 reggae numbers that don’t have the same off beat rhythm, hear one you’ve heard the rest, but most listening are full of weed and wouldn’t have a clue as long as it’s got that one dimensional drone.

      • So the Beatles never took drugs ! Lucy in the sky with diamonds, LSD ! They were soo stoned it was untrue ! You enjoy your Beatles tribute !

    • Other than Truck & Track which is in there? I’ve added the paramotor comp which was in last week’s list and had its own article previous to that

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