Paint the Town Red

Weaver Square Shopping Centre
11th April 2015

Amplify is taking over Weaver Square in Northwich town centre once again.

Last year was a great success and this year's event looks set to be bigger and better.

Bands playing will include:

PACIFIC
PARAGON SKY
THE KIRKBRIDE PLAN
KING OF THE SANDPIT
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
ZARA OHORO

There will also be Live Art & Graffiti Workshops and a Music Marketplace where you can pick up some merchandise from you favourite Amp Bands.

Paint the Town Red is organised by Amplify - Youth Music Project in Northwest. 

Amplify is an exciting new music and media project providing young people aged 11-19, safe spaces to practice, perform and work on creative projects together.

Location:

Weaver Square Shopping Centre
Market Way
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 5AY

WWW: Amplify - Youth Music Project

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Please Note: The information regarding this event was correct at the date of publication. Whilst we strive to keep our information up to date, this information can change without notice. Please check with the event before attending.

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