Live music in Surrey Street this Sunday

 

Every Sunday Surrey Street hosts live entertainment and DJs alongside the food and craft stalls.

This weekend (6 November) is no different, and the line-up is a fantastic one, with musicians who have appeared on national TV and played live to thousands alongside household name bands.

The day is organised by local musical entrepreneurs, Beats and Eats, with support from the council. The team will also be hosting events at the newly opened Boxpark later in the year.

Surrey Street Sundays open at 11am and run through to 5pm. They are part of the council’s ambition to invest £1.1m in the area as part of the regeneration of the town centre. The New Year will see a host of physical improvements, including new road surfacing, architectural lighting, and public art.

“Between Surrey Street and Boxpark Croydon is definitely seeing a huge shift in what the town has to offer. Brilliant food, amazing live music, and a warm welcome. We’re proving that our potential is about to be realised.”

Councillor Mark Watson, cabinet member for economy and jobs

The Sunday 6 November line-up is as follows:

Mother of Memphis are a no-nonsense rock’n’roll power trio from the Elephant & Castle. Their infectious blend of punk, rockabilly, intense blues and deranged country and ska always goes down a storm.

Leah MCKenzie is an actor, model, musician, and dancer who recently appeared on X-Factor. She has a fantastic voice and amazing hair to match.

James Ford seriously knows his way around an electric guitar and will entrance you with his dextrous playing style.

Regulars, The Penny Fathers, are a south London based folk band who always brink a smile to the faces of their audiences.

Veeraj Lutchman has played to huge crowds in bands including Girls Aloud, Jamelia and Blue. He now has a successful solo career, citing influences such as Stevie Wonder, Jeff Buckley, and Damien Rice to name just a few.

Reece Mcara, is a London-based wistful and soulful aspiring young musician.  Generally a vocalist he also dabbles in guitar and keyboards.

DJs on the day are Matt Lisle/Kram and NJD/Chippie.

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