Ipswich Music Day acts announced

THE full line-up of this summer’s Ipswich Music Day has been revealed.

One of the largest free, one-day music events in the country, the brightest talent the region has to offer will fill several stages spread throughout Christchurch Park on July 3.

Spanning all types of music, there will also be fairground rides and children’s activities, numerous stalls and a variety of food on offer throughout the day.

The event is part of the Ip-Art which will see people get up close and personal with Peter Andre, celebrate the Last Night of the Proms with Katherine Jenkins, enjoy a spot of theatre on the Mansion lawn and a live broadcast into the park from the Royal Opera House.

You can also go back in time with Billy Ocean, Jocelyn Brown, Soul II Soul and the Gibson Brothers, take a cooking lesson in genuine Asian cuisine at the Indian Summer Mela, grab a literary lunch with Esther Freud and head down the pub with Al Murray.


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EVENING STAR STAGE

Walkway

Most Read

East Town Pirates

Never A Hero

Derider

Takoma Star

Alice’s Evidence

Angry V The Bear

Darien Prophecy

BBC RADIO SUFFOLK STAGE

Buffalo Road

Ainslie’s Vibes

Star Club

Neil Innes (TBC)

Soul Town Shic

Soul Kitchen

TOWN 102 STAGE

The Reason

Crossover

80*2*90

The B Goodes

Urban Reggae Band

Serenity Zest

Ideals

Saltdog

GRAPEVINE BIG TOP

Something Happened

Lydia Lockyer

Dragon Fruit

Silbury Hill

Flaming June

Kev Walford

Lucy Sampson

Ladybird & The Larks

Propersition

Jacknife Horsebox

ICR/CSV STAGE

We Can’t Dance

Butterfly

This Sudden Injury

A Fate Untold

Underline The Sky

Waxing Captors

Electric Youth Revolt

This Boy Wonders

ATTITUDE STAGE

Hot Fat

This Blank Page

The Jons

Crumbs for Comfort

Benjamin Bloom

Bring Back Her Head

Millionaires By Morning

CO-OP STAGE

Ipswich Youth Steel Band

Skin The Fish

Ipswich And Norwich Co-op Band

Co-op Juniors

Ipswich Community Gospel Choir

CCJ’S

Red Leaf

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