A music and beer fest not to be missed

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Beer, cider and live music festival, is there any better combination?

Well all three will be on offer at the Salutation Inn Festival on Sunday, June 26.

Held in the paddock between 3pm and 9pm, there will be real ales and ciders, food, cracking live music and it’s free admission.

The line-up includes three young Nettleton musicians, drummer Jacob Dodds, violinist Holly Horton and vocalist/composer Ben Steed.

Local band the Subtle Brothers will rip through covers from the likes of Adele, KT Tunstall, Amy McDonald, Annie Lennox, Sandi Thom and even Guns n’ Roses.

Paul Pearson and friends from Sheffield, will be singing passionate renditions of modern folk songs, while Caistor born guitarist Paul Norman, who is currently studying classical guitar at Birmingham, will offer a rare opportunity to see and hear his brand of music.

Jay Tyrer, a 16–year–old singer guitarist from Holton le Moor, will also be performing, playing modern acoustic covers.

Then festival gers can chill out to the sounds of Australian born didgeridoo player Greg Chapman.

And last, but certainly not least, Jabberwocky, a lively four piece combo with a nice line in hats, will be performing a mix of jiggy/celtic/ americana rootsy songs and tunes.

Details on 01472 851228.