Bohemians back in heart of Preston
After a successful return last year the regular mini-music festival Bohemia goes ahead tonight, the first of 2015.
Having moved to a new home at 53A Friargate the free to enter event continues to offer new and well-established musical pioneers a chance to play and beheard in the centre of the city.
Among tonight’s artistes will be Alfie Salisbury Music & Guests, Daylight feat Oliver Day, Tom Metcalfe, 444,The Spiral Rooms,Spiral Scouts ,Mobius, and Drügs.
Event organiser Paul O’Mara said: “We have finished the two stages, however the outside stage is now the smaller stage, so this will be limited to solo or duo acts, and this stage will run first.
“We now have a large stage deep down in the Bohemian Basement, this stage will handle the bands. We have seating outside along the back of the cafe, as well as the yard around the stage.”
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The first acts are on the outdoor stage from 8pm, with music indoors from 9pm.
Volunteers on hand to serve you in your seat throughout.