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The Lateshift

appearing at

Exmouth Festival

Exmouth, Devon

Friday 25th of May 2018

19:30

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The Lateshift

Genre

Live Performance
Party Band

Description

The Lateshift is the ultimate Wedding, Party, Function and Corporate Event Band.
This professional five piece band with soaring vocals, seductive sax and a great rhythm section will keep everyone dancing all night long.

'The Lateshift' was founded eight years ago and have played at hundreds of Weddings, Parties, Festivals, Corporate Events and pubs across the UK to thousands of happy guests.

Check us out playing locally at a few select pubs, clubs and festivals

Fantastic Female Vocals, Soulful Saxophone, Lively Lead Guitar, Brilliant Bass and Dynamic Drums. 'The Lateshift' provide a versatile mix of popular songs to suit all ages.
We promise to keep you and your guests on a high all night and make your event one to remember forever.
We play music from Lulu to Adele, Stevie Wonder to Bruno Mars, Madness to Tina Turner, Mark Ronson to Queen and many more...

Exmouth Festival

Venue Type

Festival

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Description

Free music and arts festival that is held in Exmouth every summer, and has done so for the last 18 years.
The festival is a FREE event and our thanks go to The Arts Council, who provide funding, other Sponsors and Partners, and to you, The General Public, who without your generous donations, this event could not possibly be staged. Throughout the Festival there will be opportunities for you to show your support by dropping a donation into the Official Festival Collecting Buckets.

Imperial Recreation Ground,

Exmouth,

Devon,

England,

EX8 1DG.

Family FriendlyDog Friendly

Free Admission

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