Trestle’s latest community project, to host live music events has been met with tremendous support from local musicians.
Run and organised by an enthusiastic team of volunteers and spearheaded by Trestle’s own Denise Parsons, The Live Music Project aims to create a professional platform to support local musicians.
Denise said ‘We are hoping to establish Trestle Arts Base as a vibrant local music venue, supporting the local music community and giving them an opportunity to showcase their music.’
Each Live Music Project gig will be a free event, with full bar facilities and space to chill out and relax outside of the performance area.
The Live Music Project launches on Saturday 27 April at 7.30pm headlined by High Treason – a 4 piece old school rock band, sure to have everyone up on their feet, supported by an acoustic set from Chameleon Boy’s John Beeson and Jon Horlick (finalists in St. Albans Music City Unsigned) playing a selection of heartfelt original songs.
High Treason performing at Trestle Arts Base, last year.
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We hope you can join us for what looks to be an amazing first gig!
Anyone wishing to get involved either as a musician or volunteering to help out on gig nights please email Denise at email@example.com