Win an awesome guitar at Reepham music festival

The Reepham 2015 Summer Music Festival has just got even more rocking thanks to the headliners, The Selecter, and an extra-special guitar.

Win this awesome guitar signed by The Selecter (modelled here by a very startled festival director Steve Jenkins)

The “On My Radio” legends, who have been confirmed to top the bill on Saturday 9 August on the Hansells’ stage on Rookery Meadow, have agreed to sign a guitar donated by Reepham Life as part of an exclusive giveaway.
This one-of-a-kind musical treasure could be yours as it will be raffled on Saturday. Make sure you buy a ticket – or five – to be in with a chance of owning this must-have prize.
Meanwhile, excitement is building for The Selecter’s much-anticipated appearance at the annual festival. The band, who stormed the charts in the 1980s with their Ska stylings, have just released a new single called “Boxfresh”, which is from their new album “Subculture” released on 15 June.
Festival director Steve Jenkins said: “We can’t wait to see them rock Reepham 2015, so be sure to get your ticket soon before we sell out. We look forward to seeing you there.”
Festival tickets can be purchased from Whitwell Station, Very Nice Things (Market Place, Reepham), Soundclash (St Benedict’s Street, Norwich) or via the UEA Box Office. A weekend ticket costs £22 per adult and £1 per child (under 15).
Newcastle-based Jinski to perform on both days of festival
A Newcastle upon Tyne-based acoustic duo will feature on both days of the Reepham Festival.
Jinski comprise two highly individual guitarists with strong and distinctive voices: songwriter Stephen Wegrzynski and musician Dave Kennedy, a partnership forged from acoustic roots and the love of a strong melody. Their music touches the borders of folk, country and pop, keeping alive the song-writing tradition while remaining resolutely modern.
Jinski tell stories that capture the mundane and the magic in everyday life, playing songs that tell stories of love, joy, loneliness and longing; intricate, soulful, beautiful songs; foot-stomping, sing-along and raucous songs.
Playing “live” with just two voices and two guitars, Jinski have built a reputation for delivering music for the head and the heart that is full of passion, meaning and originality.
After a few forays in to the East Anglian music scene, including a recent live performance on board the Albatros at Wells-next-the-Sea, the duo are looking forward to their Reepham debut.


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