The Lovely Eggs return to Sussex this week
We’re so ‘Eggs-static’ that The Lovely Eggs have announced that they will be returning to Sussex this week. Virtually a year on from their terrific Brighton concert last year, the husband and wife duo will again be bringing their own inimitable style of indie-pop-punk to Sussex.
The Brighton & Hove News music team are hoping for an ‘eggs-quisite’ evening out as we shall be witnessing an intimate concert full of ‘eggs-cessive’ and ‘eggs-ceptional’ music.
We reported on their Haunt concert in Brighton last November which was full of their Northern charm, which you can read HERE.
To my knowledge, there’s no-one out there really that mirror the psychedelic punk style of the Lovely Eggs, who are wife Holly Ross on guitar/vocals and husband David Blackwell on drums. They unleashed there terrific ‘This Is Eggland’ album on 23rd February this year, and I simply couldn’t stop playing it for weeks on end. Any other albums hardly got a look in. Have a listen to this ‘eggs-emplary’ ‘eggs-quisite’ track ‘Big Sea‘ so that you can see what I mean and find out more here: http://www.thelovelyeggs.co.uk/
They are appearing as part of the Glastonwick 3-day event from 1st to 3rd June at Church Farm, Coombes, Lancing, BN15 0RS – are are playing 3rd June.
There are currently weekend and day tickets available.
Weekend tickets: £65 with camping (Fri /Sat) £50 without camping.
Individual tickets: Friday £15, Saturday £25, Sunday £10.
Onsite camping available Friday and Saturday (£7.50 per night).
Sunday camping tickets at £7.50 will be available from the farm during the weekend for those who wish to stay over Sunday night.
Weekend tickets ONLY (with camping at £65, without camping at £50) are on sale now.
Individual day tickets, plus the appropriate camping ticket for the day concerned if required, go on sale on April 4th.
Tickets can be purchased online or in person at the Ropetackle Arts Centre.
Alternatively, tickets can be purchased in person from the Duke Of Wellington, Brighton Road, Shoreham (01273 389818), The Schooner, Albion Street, Southwick (01273 592991), The Evening Star, Surrey Street, Brighton (01273 328931) and Anchored in Worthing (01903 529100).Tickets can also be purchased by post (see the following website for details) and for further details on the full music line-up, free shuttle buses etc. Please visit: http://www.cask-ale.co.uk/beerfestival.html
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