Earl of Eldon stages music festival: May 26

For a second year, South Croydon’s Earl of Eldon pub is staging a music festival, on Sunday May 26.

Earl of Eldon pubPromising 12 bands in 12 hours, the South Croydon Music Festival will run from noon in the pub grounds on the corner of the Brighton Road and Junction Road.

Proceeds raised from the day will go towards Help for Heroes.

The pub often has live music acts performing on Saturday evenings, as well as staging open mic nights and karaoke, and the day-long festival will be an extension of this, with an all-day barbecue on the go, plus charity raffles and auctions, and activities for all the family.

There might even still be some gaps on the schedule, so if you have a band and would like the chance to perform, or want more information about the event, contact Michael on 07956 509497.

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2 Responses to Earl of Eldon stages music festival: May 26

  1. The Earl of Eldon and the Crown and Septre are to be commended for the amazing amount of work they are doing to bring together local residents to build up a vibrant local community and to provide facilities that meet the needs of residents. Junction Road is turning into the centre of a really lovely community!

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