Quiet Riot Arts are to hold another charity fundraising gig on Sunday March 24th for Sight Support Hull and East Yorkshire. Following on from the great success of a similar event at St Marys Church in Hull last September, a fundraiser is being held at Pave in Princes Avenue featuring the Late Night Marauders supported by Geoff Green & The Carousels.
The Late Night Marauders have made a big impression on the local music scene during 2018 and they create some wonderful tunes combining elements of jazz, blues and soul and possess a fantastic singer in Ruth Scott.
Geoff Green & The Carousels have made a name for themselves through a range of gigs and live performances on the ‘Burnsy Show ‘ on BBC Radio Humberside. They provide good times and chilled vibes through their laid back acoustic songs.
This will be a wonderful event so don’t miss out and this will raise revenue to help support services for local people suffering visual impairment or sight loss.
Chris Warkup of Quiet Riot Arts is delighted to be arranging this event “We are really looking forward to putting on an event at Pave for this first time to raise money for this fantastic charity and this a wonderful line up especially as the Late Night Marauders have made a massive impression in the local music scene over the past year at local festivals and their own Christmas festival at the Paragon Arcade. This should be a great evening and by attending music fans will help fund the work of Sight Support to assist local people with visual impairments.”
The event is held on Sunday 24th March with the doors opening at 8.30pm. This is very much likely to sell out so customers are advised to purchase online tickets for £5 from www.hullboxoffice.com though tickets may still be available on the door for £6.