Keynsham musicians taking part in Priston Festival
By BeckyFeather | Thursday, September 06, 2012, 10:03
This year's Priston Festival runs from September 14 to 16 and the line-up includes new band Foreign Affairs, headed up by Keynsham brothers Adam and Lawrence Purnell.
They have performed at the Keynsham Music Festival and are planning a national tour in 2013.
This is the village's fifth music and arts festival. There is a packed programme including rock, jazz, classical, pop and folk music. There are also workshops and exhibitions along with activities for children including street dance, art and singing.
Events will be held on the village green, in the church and in the village hall. Other performers include The Curfew Crew, Benji Bartlett, Adam Purnell, Honey Badgers, Harbour Winds and Jess Vincent.
A highlight will be a puppet parade on the Sunday afternoon. Children and parents are invited to join in making two giant king and queen puppets on the village green during the festival which will then be paraded around the walnut tree.
The day-time stages and children's activities are free and parking is £2 per car.
For more information and details of where to get tickets for other events go to www.priston.org.uk/festival/