Quirky and inspirational X Factor live qualifier Lucy Spraggan is to headline a day full of live music this weekend at Ely’s On Par Driving Range.
Lucy who wooed the audience on her first appearance singing the original and comical song ‘Last Night’. During the second qualifying round, she reduced the judges to tears with her hit ‘Tea and Toast’.
Spraggan 26, quit X Factor while listed as a favourite to win due to illness but after recovering then went on to continue writing her own compositions and is now signed with CTL Records.
After 3 albums she is touring the UK on her ‘Dear You Tour’
The driving range owned by Graham Mawe is being converted into an amphitheatre of music on Saturday which will see lots of local bands including Battle of the Band winner Twisted Melon. Tantris and Drew Girling are among the 8 groups on show.
Music will not be the only feature. Kids activities including zorbing, rugby and football activities and much more available making a full and hopefully kid exhausting day.
Advance tickets are £15 per adult and £5 per child, under 5’s go free. Family tickets are also available.
Tickets will be available on the day but spaces are limited.
For more information go to https://www.spottedinely.com/event/party-the-range/
Tickets sales are at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/elys-new-music-festival-party-at-the-range-2017-tickets-33929812984