A charity concert featuring some of East Anglia’s finest folk, roots and acoustic rock musicians is taking place this weekend.
The big event, on Sunday 30th September, takes place at Cult Cafe on Ipswich Waterfront and is raising funds for the Suffolk Law Centre, the official charity of the Mayor, Jane Riley.
The five hours of folk start at 5pm and features the Silburys, Elly Tree, Holly Johnston, When Rivers Meet , Exit 13 and The Burkitts. Tickets cost just £10 and for that you also get a welcome drink and food.
You can get tickets from www.ipswichregent.com, by phone on 01473 433100 or, if you decide on Sunday afternoon that you want to go along, you can turn up and pay at the door.
The Mayor said: “I am delighted to support the concert and am very grateful to Cult Café and all the musicians for offering their facilities and talents free of charge.”
The Suffolk Law Centre helps the people of Suffolk to understand their legal rights and to gain equal access to justice.