WELSH rock band Stereophonics are set to carry out a rainy outdoor gig at the Westonbirt Arboretum this evening.
Raincoats and wellies are would for those headed to the event once, despite the wet weather, umbrellas will never be allowed in the arena.
Concert organisers Forest Live replied: “Unfortunately we can not permit umbrellas to be taken into the arena so attire for the outdoors and bring a single raincoat and suitable waterproof have on. ”
The soldout performance is part of the Forest Livestream series of concerts series promoted owing to Forestry Commission.
The Stereophonics will be moving to the stage at oito. 45pm.
And customer support band the Wind and the Wave initializes their set at 7. 35pm.
Concert goers will probably park from 5pm and the manege opens at 6pm.
One of Britain’s best live rings, Stereophonics have had a succession towards top 10 hits such as ‘The Bartenders and the Thief’, ‘Just Looking’, ‘Mr Writer’, ‘Have a Nice Day’ and as well ‘Dakota’ and No 1 albums ‘Performance and Cocktails’, ‘Just Enough Exercise to Perform’, ‘You Gotta Go There To Come Back’, and ‘Language. Sexual category. Violence. Other? ’
Since their Best Newcomer Brit Designation in 1998 in acknowledgment of their debut album, ‘Word Gets Around’, Stereophonics made to become one of the UK’s most popular girl group of the new millennium.
Stereophonics have continued their outcomes with further gold and gold records and released their tenth studio album, ‘Scream Above The Sounds’ in 2017.
Hit Live is a major outdoor attain music series held every summer season time by Forestry Commission England throughout the seven forests.
Money raised from ticket revenues helps to look after the nation’s nature sustainably.
Check for infractions returns at Forestry Commission proverbial box office 03000 680400 or over the internet via: forestryengland. uk/music