The Crewe and Nantwich Rock Choir will perform an open air concert at 11am until 2pm on Saturday May 25 in Crewe’s Municipal Square (opposite The Municipal Buildings). This event is a free of charge performance on the square that everyone can enjoy.
The Rock Choir concert signals the start of a diverse and vibrant programme of free events taking place throughout the summer. A range of entertainment and other activities are planned throughout the summer months. Events include:
Sat June 15: Bike Week
Sat July 20: Children’s Day
Sat Aug 10: Celtic Day
Sat Sept 21: Tom Seals in Concert
All events are due to take place in the Municipal Square, Crewe.
Cllr Jamie Macrae, Cabinet member in charge of Prosperity and Economic Regeneration, said: “The range of events planned throughout the summer in Crewe, promise something for everyone.
“The rock choir concert will provide a unique and rousing musical experience for visitors and residents of Crewe to enjoy and will provide a vibrant backdrop for shoppers to enjoy the town centre on a busy Saturday.
“I would encourage everyone to make the most of these events and get involved; they will also help to raise awareness of some of the various community activities on offer throughout Crewe all year round.”
Sue Togay, Town Centre Manager said: “This year’s programme of events has been devised to appeal to all age groups and helps make the town centre shopping experience more enjoyable for local people whilst celebrating a sense of pride in our town.
“As for visitors, of course we want them to come and visit us more often and increase the economy of our local Crewe retailers.”
The Crewe and Nantwich Rock Choir has been performing in the Crewe and Nantwich area for 2 years singing versions of Pop, Gospel, Motown and chart songs. They attract a wide variety of people young and old, male and female.
For more information on the Rock Choir, or if you are interested in joining the local branch of this nationwide choir, please pop along to the concert or visit www.rockchoir.com