Reviews: K Summer Party Review|
Posted Jun 14, 2006 - 07:31 PM
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The K Summer Party held at The Princess Pavilion, Falmouth on Saturday 10th June was a party that all will remember...
The charity gig raised several hundred pounds for The Dreadnought Centre, a Cornish children’s charity. The money will go towards new music equipment, and will help to pay for music workshops across the county.
The party featured an outstanding live performance from the band Meba, followed by the extremely talented Hitchcock Rules. Both bands performed in front of a spectacular backdrop provided by local ‘VJ’ artists.
Next up was an extraordinary display by The Barnaby Ray Quartet. Without their usual complement of crew, the fantastic drummer ‘Barnaby’ played a live set alongside Beth and Andy on vocals, with Roger on the decks. The Party atmosphere was brought to life with a display of glowing Poi and Diabolo. There was even some break dancing performed by some of the members of the audience.
The Headline act was Jon Kennedy, who took time out of his busy schedule to help support the charity. For information on any of the above performers please visit www.ktactive.co.uk.
The local Surfboard bag manufacturer, KT Active, sponsored the event. Along with Apollo 11 and The Falmouth Surf School, the sponsors helped to make the evening a success.