Sunday 18 June 2017
Live music begins at 7.30pm, Gates open 7pm
As the North Norfolk Coast begins to
move out of Covid-19 lockdown, and tourism businesses re-open,
more planned events are taking place. These are just listings,
so please follow links and check with organisers of events
before assuming events are running.
Our Sunday Sessions continue with an appearance from Norfolk-based Americana trio, The Tin Heart Troubadours. Their songs ‘tell tall tales of low-life, long odds, high hopes and big deals ... short stories of hot nights & cold lead in Heaven & Hell!
Highly accomplished musicians, they are Nigel Orme on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals, Steve Clark on dobro and vocals and Clare Pastorius on cello and vocals. Their debut EP ‘Folk Tales’ is out now and they come to us fresh from visits to folk clubs across East Anglia.
We prefer to have open air performances in the Backpackers Courtyard, the band under cover and the audience enjoying the fire pits and dark skies of this beautiful part of the world. However if the weather is horrible, then we move into the Brick Barn out of the inclement weather.
There are benches in the courtyard, but you are welcome to also bring fold up seating. Please don’t bring food or drink. There is a bar from Norfolk Brewhouse & Black Shuck, serving beers, wines and cocktails.
We can’t imagine a better end to a late May weekend, so why not join us. Book a bed with us in the Hostel or a pitch on the campsite and entrance is included. Otherwise, tickets available in advance from our website for £3.
The Tin Heart Troubadours - Sunday Session - Our Sunday Sessions continue with an appearance from Norfolk-based Americana trio, The Tin Heart Troubadours. Their songs ‘tell tall tales of low-life, long odds, high hopes and big deals ... short stories of hot nights & cold lead in Heaven & Hell!