Bank Holiday Monday, June 3rd, is party day throughout the UK, and
at the heart of the celebrations will be BBC
Music Live, bringing the music to the party with an extensive
programme of hundreds of free festivals, concerts and events, to which
everyone is invited.
for a big sing song
no exception with plenty going on in the county.
be a key host with a BBC Music Live Stage in Market Square.
City Council has linked up with BBC Radio Nottingham and BBC Music
Live to bring hours of musical entertainment to Market Square on
Saturday 1st, Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd June.
to BBC Radio Nottingham you won't miss any of the great music
coming out of Buckingham Palace
Bands include Dave Kaye and the Dykons, Fabulous Beat Men, Tennason,
Stoned Soul Picnic and Bad Axe.
There's the chance to come and see Fredi Kofi, Bhangra, the Earl
Jackson Bands and T and LaTouche.
It's Music Live Day and a musical look back at the past five decades.
bands include Manouka (‘80s music) Sons and Lovers (‘60s), Vince
Eager (‘50s), The Avengers (‘60/’70s) and right up to date with
last year’s Student Band of the Year, Skinny Sumo.
Over the weekend
the cream of BBC Radio Nottingham's presenters will be on
Mick Smith will be doing the final hour of his Saturday morning
show from Old Market Square before hosting the Music Live stage
through the afternoon.
In the evening
BBC Radio Nottingham will be broadcasting the classical concert
from Buckingham Palace in stereo, starting at 8pm.
sees Andrew David commentating on the city of Nottingham's tribute
to HM the Queen at 12 noon.
During the afternoon
Mick Smith will be with the Music Live stage show in Old Market
On the big day
itself, Monday 3rd, Sarah Julian will be out in the radio
car throughout the day reflecting how Nottinghamshire is celebrating
We'll be dropping
in to the Music live event in Old Market Square and between 2 and
6pm Brian Tansley will be broadcasting the fifty favourite songs
from the past fifty years chosen by Radio Nottingham listeners and
users of this website.
If you miss
the programme you'll be able to check how your favourite song has
done by checking out this site.
BBC Radio Nottingham
will be broadcasting Buckingham Palace's Pop Concert live between
7pm and 10.30.
Find out more
about Music Live.