Occasionally I put on gigs in and around Bradford-on-Avon, featuring artists from my own roster and beyond.
I use paypal for tickets. When you buy a ticket, you don’t need to bring anything with you, I will have your name and paypal order number on a list at the door.
Tickets £12.50 advance, £13 on the door
Doors 7pm // Start 7.30
Venue address: The West Barn (next to the Medieval Tithe Barn), Pound Lane, Bradford-on-Avon, BA15 1LF
Easy access by road and rail from Bath, Bristol, Trowbridge etc.
To help fund these gigs, I’ll be selling a selection of soft drinks and homemade cakes. If you want an alcoholic drink, you are welcome to bring your own but please take the bottle away with you when you leave.
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