Shoreham Allstars to perform at Wild Life 2016
The young musicians of the Shoreham Allstars have been invited for a second year to play at this year’s Wild Life festival at Brighton City Airport in June.
The collective of young musicians performed at the first Festival in 2015 and created such a fantastic impression with the organizers that they were among the first acts confirmed for 2016.
Wild Life line up features top bands
They will be joined on the lineup by some of the top bands and acts in the UK including James Bay, Rudimental and Disclosure.
Featuring musicians of all abilities, with an average age of 13, the Allstars will be performing on their own mobile stage throughout the weekend, giving 25 bands made up of 70 young musicians the opportunity to perform at a national festival in their town.
David O’Connell, MD of Original Allstars Music, comments:
“We are proud to be invited back as it is such a fantastic endorsement of all the bands that performed last year and of what the Allstars is all about – giving local children the opportunity to develop and perform.
Over the coming weeks our musicians will be working hard at courses and band workshops to create a special set list that will WOW the crowds again.”
• The Shoreham Allstars collective was established in 2008 and now attracts young musicians from Shoreham, Southwick, Lancing and Worthing
• Shoreham Allstars now has over 60 young musicians and 25 bands and acts that played at over 30 gigs and events in 2015
• The Allstars recently moved into the Penhill Arts Centre at Lancing that was refurbished to provide them with a teaching and performing venue
• The Allstars has its own mobile stage that performs at events across Sussex throughout the year
Want to join the Allstars
If you are aged between 7 and 18 and would like to get involved with music (learning to play – guitars, drums, keyboards, bass – sing, be part of a band) then we would love to hear from you.
No previous music experience is required, just lots of enthusiasm!