wrexhammusic.co.uk
// online guide to music in wrexham

The Redi Daze Music Festival Returns!

by Ben Davis on 4 June, 2009 | 0 comments

The Redi Daze 2009

The Redi Daze music festival returns this year following a fallow year in 2008.

The 2 day live music event is free of charge with activities for families and will be held in Bellevue Park (map) in Wrexham on both Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7.

Any proceeds from the event will be donated to Nightingale House and its Go Yellow campaign, which aims to increase the awareness of the hospice within the local community while raising money to support the special palliative care services it provides.

Event organiser Andy Owen from The Redi Nights says :

“The aim of the festival is to bring North Wales bands together to strengthen the music scene and encourage new bands to join in the fun. If we can help Nightingale House Hospice raise a bit of money at the same time, then even better.” *

There will be pre-event warm-up shows in venues across Wrexham and also post-event shows. Let’s hope the weather holds up for the weekend!

Below is the full line-up for each day:

Friday 5th June, 9pm
The Redi Daze pre-party at Miliners
The Mayors & The Fag Machine and DJ’s

Saturday 6th June, 11am
The Redi Daze at Bellevue Park
Mother of Six, Trader, Sinner Men, I Am austin, The Django’s, The Mayors, The Eyelashes That Ate Manhattan, No Room for Heroes, The Fag Machine, Mitsu’s Run with DJ’s inbetween bands.

Saturday 6th June, 9pm
The Redi Daze after show party at the Student Guild, Glyndwr University
Trader, I Am Austin, The Django’s and DJs.

Sunday 7th June, 11pm
The Redi Daze at Bellevue Park
The Roseville Band, Heal The Last Stand, Andy Hickie & The Merry Maidens, Polly Mackey & the Pleasure Principal, Gallops, Meilir, Katanga, Craig Williams, Brendan Griffiths and Katy Snail with DJ’s inbetween bands.

Sunday 7th June, 9pm
The Redi Daze after show party at The Commercial
Superfly and guest acoustic sets from The Redi Daze performers.

Links

The Redi Nights
Nightingale House Hospice
Bellevue Park

* Quote taken from the Evening Leader.

Author
Posted by:

Ben Davis

Email: ben@wrexhammusic.co.uk

Ben is the founder and main writer for wrexhammusic.co.uk.
Tags: , , , ,

Leave a comment

One from the Archives
23rd August 2012:
Mowbird & Andy Hickie storm the Green Man Festival
Popular Tags
Got some news?
  • Send it us now!

    If it's relevant, interesting or even slightly on the mark - we might just use it!

    The news could be anything; band members, exciting gigs, competitions, releases, events - you name it.

  • Get started >
The Foundry

A new £250 million
Wrexham Prison has been announced.

personalised badges
wrexhammusic.co.uk RSS Feed
wrexhammusic.co.uk on Myspace
wrexhammusic.co.uk Facebook group
Follow wrexhammusic.co.uk on Twitter