Hamerex To Play Clarence Festival 2012

Hamerex are delighted to confirm that they will be playing at Clarence Park Music Festival 2012 in Wakefield. To date, this will be the bands biggest ever gig and very first outdoor festival appearance. Clarence Festival will be in its 21st year and is Yorkshires longest running free music festival covering many different genres of music across 2 stages.

Hamerex To Play Clarence Festival 2012Guitarist Steve comments: “We are extremely excited about this big opportunity we have to play in front of a large crowd on a big stage. It’s something I’ve always wanted us to do since I went Clarence for the first time in 2004. We would really like as many of our fans as humanly possible come along to support us for our set at Clarence Festival.”

Hamerex will be playing on the bandstand stage on Saturday 28th July at 3:00pm. The first day of the festival will start at 12pm on Saturday and finish at 8pm.

Saturday 28th July 2012

Red Riding Quartet
Blind Dead McJones
The Jar Family
Scott Wainwright
By Polaroid
Parachutes Over Paris
Adott Ash
Freedom Of The City

Sunday 29th July 2012

The Incredible Magpie Band
Jery At Controls
Pegging Leaves
Mummy Short Arms
The Brompton Mix
Benjamin Bloom
The Soul Circle Gang

The band will be playing their set at the festival as a 4 piece after the departure of Joe Wilson.

Clarence Park
Denby Dale Road

Clarence Festival is free entry so you can just walk on to the grounds. For those that wish to travel long distance to attend, Clarence Park is situated next to a Premier Inn. You can book a room HERE.

For more information about Clarence Park Festival, volunteering for stewarding, trading and other events organised by the Wakefield Music Collective go to www.themusiccollective.co.uk

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