Rock for Helen

Join us for a night of live rock music at The Crix, Hatfield Peverel on Saturday 19 August. Popular tribute band Any Colour You Like will be playing hits from Pink Floyd along with support acts New City Voices, Unorfadox and The Sunrayz.

There is free parking on site. Food and drink will be available but guests are also welcome to bring their own picnics and refreshments. There will be a bouncy castle and face painting for the younger guests.

1800 – 1845   Sunrayz 

1845 – 1910   Choir

1910 – 1955   Unorfadox

1955 – 2020   Choir

2030 – 2130    Any Colour You Like

2130 – 2145    Break

2145 – 2245    Any Colour you like

Dogs, other than Assistance Dogs, are not permitted at this event.

Tickets are £10 in advance    £12 on the door.

FREE entry to accompanied children Under 12 years old.

Dogs, other than Assistance Dogs, are not permitted at this event.

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Any Colour You Like Poster

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