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This June, Artrix is bursting at the seams with an eclectic mix of music from rock and pop tributes to world music and folk.
Kicking off this amazing month of music is the return of the Hats Off To Led Zeppelin on Saturday 1 June. Winners of Best Tribute Act in the UK 2017, Hats Off To Led Zeppelin return to Artrix with a show that celebrates 50 years of recorded Led Zeppelin. Managed by Warren Grant, son of Led Zeppelin’s legendary manager Peter Grant, the connection to the original band is unsurpassed.
Next up, The Bob Dylan Story returns to the Main Auditorium on Friday 7 June, followed by an explosion of flowers, psychedelia, freedom, peace and love and, of course, timeless 60s music with The Summer Of Love on Saturday 8 June.
TV and Recording star Joe Longthorne comes to Artrix on Wednesday 12 June as part of his 50th Anniversary tour with songs, impressions and a sensational live band.
On Sunday 16 June Artrix is running the second of its monthly Easy Sundays – New for Summer 2019. Audiences are invited to relax with a feelgood film, free live music in the foyer from1 -3pm (or on Artrix’s Terrace in good weather) and amazing street food.
Master folk and acoustic songwriter and storyteller Steve Knightley comes to The Studio on Friday 21 June followed by cutting edge, world-folk musicians Moishe’s Bagel on Saturday 22 June.
Tuesday 25 June see Irish quintet Lùnasa play at Artrix. Their intricate, groove-driven acoustic sound makes them one of Celtic music’s most highly regarded modern instrumental groups.
On Wednesday 26 June Artrix is pleased to welcome Exhale, an evening of song, dance and musical theatre by young people from North Worcestershire in aid of the Lung Transplant Department at Birmingham’s QE Hospital.
Prior to their weekend gig at the Glastonbury Festival, Dagadana play live at Artrix on Thursday 27 June. Triumphantly merging elements of Polish and Ukrainian culture through jazz, electronic and world music, Daga (Poland) and Dana (Ukraine) will carry you to a place of warmth and joy.
Featuring hits such as Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean and Thriller Navi The King Of Pop: The Legend Continues comes to the Main Auditorium on Saturday 29 June.
Rounding off a fantastic month of music is Redditch Orchestra: Last Night Of The Proms on Sunday 30 June. To mark the Redditch Orchestra’s 70th anniversary, and as part of the Bromsgrove Festival, the ever-popular local orchestra presents a Last Night Of The Proms concert, suitable for all of the family.
For tickets or further information call Box Office 01527 577 330 to visit www.artrix.co.uk.
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