Live music and family fun in Hailsham town centre this summer

Live entertainment events are due to take place in Hailsham town centre this summer.

Friday, 7th May 2021, 10:47 am
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After a turbulent 2020, a string of events are now planned in the town from July, including the long-awaited Hailsham Live extravaganza.

The Hailsham Live event, which was previously postponed twice last year due to the pandemic, will take place in the High Street and Vicarage Field on July 10 and will include free-to-attend live music and entertainment, charity stalls, a street market, rides, games, food and drink.

In addition to the community event, there will be entertainment for all the family, which will take place alongside the celebrations in the Vicarage Road car park.

The ticketed Hailsham Live session is set to be a day to remember for visitors, according to event organisers, with top level entertainment on a large outdoor stage.

Visitors can enjoy hot and cold food, local beers and a prosecco bar, along with stalls selling candy floss, ice cream and popcorn, in addition to fairground rides.

From midday until 10pm, visitors will enjoy the UK’s number one P!NK tribute act and performances from the RockitMen and a tribute to Gary Barlow and Take That.

Britain’s Got Talent finalist, Steve Hewlett, will also be appearing on stage offering a comedy and ventriloquist act for all the family.

Organiser Paul Gibson said: “We are ready to give Hailsham an amazing day and evening of pure fun and entertainment, and more importantly, raise money for the charities coming along to the High Street as they have really suffered over the past year.

“I can’t thank the all the people and businesses we’re working with enough who are helping to make this day happen for Hailsham.

“We are also very grateful to the event sponsors in ensuring the event goes ahead.”

Event organisers are working with local authorities to make the event Covid-safe and ensure audience numbers are limited to allow for adequate physical distancing.

The Government plans to lift all restrictions on large outdoor events on June 21 but event organisers will continue to closely monitor the situation and provide updates.

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