I don’t know about you but there’s nothing better than sitting in the sun, listening to music, with a bunch of friends eating glorious food. Well, how would you like to do all of this but with even more?
Now, after a one year break, you can do so, as the Ejector Seat Festival held in Palmerston Park in Southampton’s city centre is back, and better than ever. With headliner East India Youth bringing an electronic pop sound to the surroundings and local band BrotherGoose opening up the event with their guitar themed sound and Devon based singer Cloudi Lewis confirmed to play on the day, plus many more acts. The melting pot acoustic stage is also holding quality in sound with Nick Tann and Jigfoot plus many more acts confirmed.
If music isn’t your scene? Then you can head to the Spoken Word tent where poetry from Luke Wright and Dizraeli will be surrounding your ears.
Still not enough? The festival is packed with DJ sets, Arts stalls, free workshops, street acts and magic. Fun for all the family within this family-friendly festival.
IT’S FREE – Free entry to all – So you can’t really complain.
Thanks to support by the Arts council, and many contributors, this day has been able to go ahead and create a buzz for the city of Southampton. The festival is mainly volunteer based and holds onto that community feel.
The festival will be held on the 8th June from noon till 10pm so make sure you come down to experience the popular city event. With over 4000 attendees in 2011 were hoping to get more and more people getting a taste of Southampton’s range of Festivals this year, starting with The Ejector Seat festival.
Head to the website to find out more: http://www.ejectorseat.co.uk/index.html