Saturday 7 April 2012
Saturday, 28 April 2012 (12noon - 7pm)
For one day only, the team behind Worcester Music Festival are taking over The Hive, Worcester's newest public building.
As with the festival itself, the live music acts taking part will be a mixture of genres, from folk to rock, while a host of inspirational workshops will cater for all skill levels and age groups.
From 12noon until 7pm, acts will perform in the foyer of the much talked about, golden-roofed building, in a sound-proofed lecture theatre and, weather permitting, in the landscaped gardens.
Programme of events
Worcester Area Youth Choir
Snoezelen Rock School
Das Sexy Clap
Kings & Folk
Johnny Kowalski & the Sexy Weirdos
Richard Clarke and The Rafters
Best of Young Jazz
12:30pm - 1pm
Allyson Craigan children's music workshop 3-5yrs 2 x 0.5 hr
1pm - 3pm
Ed Steelefox DJ workshop
Jon Sterckx - Indian Vocal percussion
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Allyson Craigan fiddle beginners
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Jon Sterckx - Middle Eastern drumming
3pm - 4pm
Ian Craigan bodhran (Irish drum)
4pm - 5pm
Allyson Craigan fiddle intermediate
4pm - 6pm
WSRP rock shop
Date: Saturday, 28 April 2012
Time: 12noon - 7pm
The Hive website:
Although this is not a ticketed event numbers are limited to 420, people arriving above that number will not be allowed into the building. To avoid disappointment please arrive in plenty of time.
This is an alcohol free event. Please do not bring alcohol into the building. There is a cafe within The Hive which will be open serving food and drink.