Only days left now to get advance discounted tickets for the awesome Vanishing Point on Thursday 5th September at the beautiful Ivy House in Nunhead, Peckham in South East London. And it’s going to be a night to remember.
Headlining Alternative Post-Soul mash-up specialists Environmental Sound Foundation follow their 2-set performance at the historic first ever Fresh On The Net Live festival by inviting two esteemed guests to join them on stage in the form of Project Blackbird/The Specials trumpet King Jon Read on flugelhorn (for the second time in 3 months) plus young Viola star Sergina Sergio.
Meanwhile the amazing Satin Beige is bringing a hot band down from Liverpool including Operation Lightfoot‘s Luke Moore and ESF’s Neil March is doing his Jools Holland impression by playing piano on two tracks by awesome Hollie Findlay including her new single Querencia.
Read about the gig, listen to tracks by all three acts and buy tickets here.
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