Thousands of people marking the 53rd Stevenage Day are expected at the King George V playing fields...
The annual community event, considered to be the largest of its kind, was postponed after excessive rain left the fields waterlogged.
There'll be lots of live entertainment, including a solo performance from indie rock band "The Subways'" guitarist and vocalist Billy Lunn, as well as a Queen tribute act.
The event opens at midday.
15 year-old Russell Farrer will be showing off his special talent: "I can juggle and unicycle - I was inspired by one of my friends at school.
I can juggle up to five rings, balls or clubs. It's hard, because you need to focus on doing both at the same time; but you really need to concentrate on doing the juggling!"
(BELOW: Billy Lunn from The Subways is performing at Stevenage Day)
The lead singer of indie group "The Subways", Billy Lunn, is set to entertain Stevenage on his return from playing at Reading and Leeds festivals...
The band, best known for hits ‘Rock and Roll Queen’ and ‘Oh
Yeah’, started out locally and shot to fame after winning a competition to play
at Glastonbury festival. This saw them go on to high profile appearances
including the Late Show with David Letterman and a variety of UK and
international festivals including T in the Park, Download, Glastonbury and San
Diego’s Street Scene.
Cllr Howard Burrell, Executive member for Children and Young
People, Culture, Sport and Leisure, told JACK fm: "I'm very proud to welcome a hugely
successful and critically acclaimed performer like Billy to Stevenage Day. His
music will be a great compliment to a line-up that will have something for
With a fantastic mix of performers, great stalls, rides,
the day is set to be a very special event for the whole town to enjoy."
Read about "The Subways" who are performing at Stevenage Day by clicking here.
- Town centre car parks will be free for the day at The Forum,
Aldi, Marshgate, Southgate and St George’s Multi-Storey.
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