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As part of the Gulbenkian Summer Festival, there will be 6 outdoor music performances at the University of Kent campus! Featuring a line-up of local musicians and feel-good tunes – come and enjoy some live music to welcome the start of summer.

Outdoor event information
Bring a blanket to keep warm as the sun sets, something to sit on, dress for the outdoors, make yourself comfortable and settle in for an evening of music.

This event is part of the University of Kent’s Summer Festival and is open to current students only. Proof of ID will be required.

With a variety of musicians performing from 5pm to 7pm, come along to the Gulbenkian Arts Centre for a night of *free* entertainment!

Lineup includes:

Tue 10 May – Fred Clark

Tue 17 May – Jayne Snow

Tue 24 May – Fred Clark

Tue 31 May – Jayne Snow

Tue 7 June – Avi Simmons

Tue 14 June – Pearl Hannaford


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