Sound Fest 2022 – Base 25 Fundraiser
Friday, 23 September 2022
- 19:00 - 22:00
- Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton, WV1 4AN
Sound Fest 2022 is a Base 25 charity fundraising event featuring the Britannia Beat, the Shaun Tobar Band, special guest performances and DJ Curtis.
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Sound Fest 2022 is a Base 25 charity fundraising event featuring the Britannia Beat, the Shaun Tobar Band, special guest performances and DJ Curtis.. Read more about the charity below.
The Britannia Beat
The Britannia Beat are a full on, 5 piece band playing all your favourite BritPop and Indie anthems plus a few more from other British iconic artists from the Mod era. Playing classics from The Jam, Paul Weller, Oasis, Blur, The Stone Roses, Shed Seven, Ocean Colour Scene, Pulp, Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand Plus many more. The Britannia beat will take you back to the 60’s, stomp you through to the 90’s and into the present with their electrifying live performance that will have you singing and dancing into the night.
The Shaun Tobar Band
Recording artist Shaun Tobar is a singer songwriter on Surgery Records, who has carved an illustrious successful solo career across the southeast region of the USA and in western Europe with singles such as ‘What’s it all about’, ‘Forever’ and ‘Never seen Sundays’. His new project, The Shaun Tobar Band (STB) enables Shaun to work with a group of talented musicians to write and produce new material to take on the road alongside his critically acclaimed back catalogue. Bringing together their own blend of soul and blues, STB also interpret classics from the great songwriters of our time with songs from Howling wolf to the Box Tops and the Beatles to the Ramones.
Shaun Tobar accolades include:
Finalist in the ISSA Awards Atlanta USA for best International Male Album 2022
Best Songwriter Nominee at the Josie Music Awards Tennessee USA 2021
5 time Nominee on the fair play music awards Holland 2021
Nominee for best male artist on Wigwam Radio
STB are currently working on a new album with their first single set for release in the Summer 2022.
We are a Wolverhampton based charity that works with children, young people and families. You can access Base 25 though our city centre base, outreach locations, community venues/schools, detached youth workers, digital platforms, e-mail or telephone.
To improve accessibility we deliver services 7 days a week between 9am and 11pm Monday to Friday and 12pm to 11pm on a weekend. Different services operate at different times so it is always best to contact us in advance or check our social media or news feeds. We want to be sure that you are able to access support in a way that works for you and we will do our best to make sure that we take all your needs into consideration.
We also work with organisations, community groups, schools and commissioners in developing services and good practice standards. Your views are important to us and we actively welcome feedback on your experiences in respect of the services we provide; to ensure that you have access to the resources that you need. We consider our charity to be a learning organisation with the community that we serve as experts. Together we can shape Base 25 for the future. To find out more on how you can do this, take a look at the Base 25 website.
Newhampton Arts Centre
Newhampton Centre Newhampton Road East
The event runs from 19:00 to 22:00 on the following dates.
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