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Why outside venues are great for gigs?

Bojo decided we can start hearing live music again from the 11th of July, however only outside in the garden. How I have missed listening to my favorite bands play while I dance madly with my friends. I'm being honest I am a rubbish dancer but I do not care.


Music touches all of us, be it a happy memory like a first kiss, or a bad break up the song that helps you move on. You know the one hyping you up.


Everyone in the events industry, as well as the wedding industry, can now breath again. So what makes an outside venue better?


Obviously it makes socially distancing easier. You have the space to show off your dance moves without getting hot and sweaty in a crowded indoor venue.


Some venues have huts to sit in so you are shielded from the unpredictable British weather. Most venues have heaters so when it is a little colder you are still able to keep warm.


It gives a festival atmosphere. I am a huge believer in festivals being amazing places to meet new friends. It's the perfect opportunity to make new friends because you are all there to pay homage to the awesome music you are listening too!


When you were younger you spent the weekends in the park with your friends drinking Lambrini from the bottle. Events like Stevenage Day or Rhythms of the World help you to feel young again. It also brings the community together, old and young.


Now we have had the go-ahead to organise events again we have some amazing new venues in store. On Saturday we had the amazing Saxman Diggle delivering a sterling performance at The Coach and Horses Hertford. It was great fun and the venue is amazing, we highly recommend a visit.


This weekend Saturday:

The Millers Arms St Neots

Saturday 25th, the amazing Luke White entertains with a great acoustic set paying tribute to Damien Rice, among others.


Sunday 26th, the amazing NTC, a high energy trio that will have you dancing all night. Join Nate, Tom and Clint for a fun filled close to the weekend festivities.


This weekend:

Railway Steamer, Shefford

Saturday 25th, the amazing NTC, a high energy trio that will have you dancing all night. Join Nate, Tom and Clint for a fun filled, high octane Saturday evening.


Sunday 26th, the amazing Luke White entertains with a great acoustic set paying tribute to Damien Rice among others, to close your weekend.



All performances will start at 6PM and finish at 8:30PM

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Please contact the venues to book a table or you might miss out!!

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