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Hometown Show & Southsea Fest Present: A Thanksgiving Hometown Hoedown

Hometown Show & Southsea Fest present ‘A Thanksgiving Hometown Hoedown‘, an all-day music/food/market event at Southsea Social Club this 24th November. The event begins at mid-day and finishes at midnight, with bands and artists performing all day long. All ages are welcome.

From Noon until 5pm (downstairs at the Social club) there will be a number of market stalls, with local traders selling gifts/jewellery/arts & crafts and much more. Not only that but as a treat to your taste-buds they will be cooking up traditional Southern-American down-home country style food & speciality cocktails ‘Hometown Moonshine’ that will be available to buy all day long. Entry to the market is a donation but the rest of the event is tickets only.

Tickets are £4 for standard entry and £5 for a reserved table, on the door – on the day. Proceeds are going towards helping Southsea Social Club stay open. We also have a Pie eating competition hosted by Pie & Vinyl and a raffle that includes prizes from Strong Island, Action Stations in the Historic Dockyard, the Wedgewood Rooms and The Cellars.

From Noon until 10pm you will be treated to some of the countries best Country/Bluegrass & traditional Folk acts:

12:30 – 12:55 The Trailing States
13:10 – 13:35 Boondock Band
13:50 – 14:15 Caz Batten
14:30 – 14:55 Wood, Wire & Words
15:10 – 15:40 Day of The Rabblement
15:55 – 16:25 Juey
16:50 – 17:40 FOOD EATING CONTESTS
17:55 – 18:25 Chris Ricketts
18:40 – 19:10 Dusty & The Brown Bag Band
19:25 – 20:10 El Morgan
20:25 – 21:25 Hometown Show

Then from 10pm until Midnight there will be a DJ playing the best in Country/Southern-Rock/Rockabilly music. So grab your cowboy boots and come have a hoedown with Hometown Show & Southsea Fest


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