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Don't miss The Phoenix Music Festival on 11th August 2019


The Victoria Foundation is delighted to be the beneficiary charity of the fabulous Phoenix Music Festival on 11th August at Richmond Athletic Ground. The festival organised by the Crawdaddy Club (see below) is a fantastic event with a line-up of more than six  superb bands. Yon can enjoy the music from mid-afternoon until late into the evening. There will be a superb raffle where you can win fantastic prizes while raising funds to help trasnform lives. 

Tickets available on the door or Richmond Athletic Ground (members bar), Twickenham Road. TW9 2SF

Tickets £10.00 in advance from  https://www.wegottickets.com/event/476591 or £13.00 on the door.  N.B. Children under 16 - £5.00 on the door – Under 10’s free

 PROGRAMME

13.00 – 13.40 Powerjam young musicians

14.00 – 14.50 Blues is Truth featuring Ian McHugh

15.05 – 15.55 The Deputies

16.10 – 17.00 Karena K Band

17.15 – 18.05 Geoff Garbow Band

Auction/Raffle winners announced

18.25 – 19.25 Crawdaddy Blues Band

19.35 – 20.05 Tim Staffell

20.15 – 21.05 Robert Hokum Revue

21.20- 22.10 Jump 66

22.20 – 23.00 Jam session incl Tim Staffell

BBQ on back patio early afternoon till evening. Schedule and line up subject to possible change Sound engineers: Martyn (heartshapedboy) Hall and Rob Taylor PA courtesy Keith Loosley, Knight Sound and Light, Hanwell

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Crawdaddy Club

Established in 1962 by Giorgio Gomelsky, the CRAWDADDY CLUB, Richmond was, alongside Eel Pie Island in Twickenham, and The Ealing Club on the forefront of Britain's R & B Music Scene. THE CRAWDADDY CLUB was the first residency for the Rolling Stones, and helped to launch the careers of such music legends as Eric Clapton with the Yardbirds, Paul Jones with Manfred Mann,Long John Baldry and Ray Davies before he started The Kinks, amongst many others. It was originally located at The Station Hotel opposite Richmond Station, but by 1963 outgrew the size of the venue and moved across to the Richmond Athletic Ground where it continued with the Yardbirds as the house band and with many other great acts from that fabulous era. It is fabulous this Historic Club haa been revived and runs regular live gigs with some of the best bands of today to keep the rich musical heritage of Richmond alive.

For details of future Crawdaddy Club events go to www.crawdaddyclubrichmond.com/events