Live music comes to Letchworth Street Festival

12:56 05 June 2014

Archant

Over six hours of live music will be performed at this weekend’s Letchworth Street Festival.

Located on the corner of Eastcheap and Leys Avenue, North Hertfordshire District Council has organised a music stage for the annual event.

Acts topping the bill include The SG’s, Indi Forde, Mr Speaker, White Line Diaries and Tom Donovan (AKA Mr Speaker).

A spokesman said: “This is set to be a really great local event and we’re pleased to have gathered so much top talent to perform,

“We know everyone who comes along to support this event will come away having been thoroughly entertained - it’s not one to miss.”

The show kicks off at 11am running through to the late afternoon. Visit www.letchworthfestival.org for more information.

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