Some of the region’s finest musicians have performed to thousands of visitors at the Hull Trains-sponsored Dead Bod Stage at this year’s Humber Street Sesh.

Pearl’s Cab Ride concluded a full day of fantastic music on our stage near the Minerva pub. The stage, which was named after a symbol of Hull’s fishing heritage, showcased some of the finest musical talent from the region.

It comes just weeks after Hull Trains sponsored the volunteer T-shirts, wristbands and water bottles at the Pride in Hull event. The performers were donated water bottles from Hull Trains to keep them hydrated throughout their performance and contribute towards making the festival the greenest yet.

Louise Cheeseman, Managing Director at Hull Trains, said: “What a fantastic showcase for the city. Hull was alive with thousands of people and there was a great atmosphere all watching some amazing local musicians. From start to finish our stage featured some wonderful live music, attracting some really big crowds who were thoroughly enjoying themselves.

“We think it’s really important to play an integral part in the community we serve and that includes playing our part in events like Humber Street Sesh and Pride in Hull. Both events really show off the city for the amazing place it is and brought thousands of people into the city centre.”

The excitement doesn’t stop at Hull Trains with the introduction of our brand new £60m fleet of trains getting nearer. They are currently getting fitted in Italy and are scheduled to be in passenger use later this year.

It is Hull Trains’ biggest ever commitment to our local community yet and once in service, our new trains will revolutionise rail travel between Hull and London and be among the most hi-tech, fast and modern trains in the UK.

We urge our passengers to always book direct with us – you will not find Hull Trains’ tickets cheaper elsewhere. Visit www.hulltrains.co.uk or call 03450 710 222 to book.

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