Six Towns One City Carnival 2010

Up to date news on this years Six Towns One City Carnival

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After an absolutely phenomenal response to our last post on our entertainment plans, we’ve had a few new developments for performers and attendees alike.

After a spirited meeting with Vince from Newcastle-under-Lyme’s iconic venue The Rigger, we have ad

ded yet another live music stage to the event. This new addition will take in the form of a performance area situated on the park’s bowling green, and will focus on young local talent from around our area.

In related news, The Commitments Too have been confirmed to play the main stage again this year after the astounding popularity of last year’s performance.

Don’t despair if you’re not quite an axe master or lack the ability to rock the mic, there will be ample opportunity to shake your stuff to the huge variety of artists on the line up.

For those of you who are more about banking than beats, we’ve confirmed the details for those of you who wish to do business at the event.

Local companies, Jumbo Skips and CBI Security have already decided to come on board and sponsor the event.

We are currently offering: space for your companies logos and banners that will form coverage across the site, stall spaces to sell your product or promote your company, as well as areas for catering vans or companies who have their own means of running their business at the carnival.

All business types will be considered.

Get in touch on the usual channels for more info.

Lastly, keep an ear out for an exclusive interview on Cross Rhythms radio this Thursday, where committee member, Richard Swancott will be on hand to keep you right up to date with any further developments, answer any of your questions and welcome your feedback.

Check back soon for the latest update

Ciao for now


Written by 6towns1city

May 18, 2010 at 10:35 am

Calling all Music Makers, Hip Shakers and All Round Smile Generators

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We’re all still working really hard to try and get everything done before the carnival.

As you were made aware by the last blog post we’ve added another stage to this year’s lineup.

After the immense talent that featured at last year’s event we have to dig that little bit deeper into our city’s talent in order to find some fresh material to feature in this year’s event.

Stoke-on-Trent is one of the best areas for live music; places like the Sugar Mill, The Underground and The Rigger are always thriving with the endless mish mash of our cities talent.

I imagine the majority of our fans, readers and followers know of some of our undiscovered talent.

If you know of any one, singers, musicians, dancers, magicians, absolutely anyone who has any thing to show case whatsoever, give us a shout.

And don’t worry, we’re not as mean a Simon Cowell.

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May 10, 2010 at 3:43 pm