Event Type: Festival
CREATIVE PEEBLES FESTIVAL: The Eastgate Sessions

Close up of man playing Acoustic Guitar

DATE:
Sun 25 August

TIME:
3PM

PRICE:

FREE

DESCRIPTION:

Join this informal acoustic music session to play or listen.

Join this Open Acoustic Music Session to play or listen, sharing a variety of music from folk to blues, bluegrass to instrumental. Enjoy a coffee and cake or something a bit stronger with free music in the relaxed Eastgate foyer/studio.

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