After facing such a difficult and challenging year, Hull Trains are proud to be involved in an event that will bring so many members of the local community together. The Inner City Sesh Festival takes place on 18th September 2021 and promises to ‘host an eclectic mix of some of the region’s best emerging musicians and bands and some much-loved community favourites’.
Hull Trains are sponsoring the Dead Bod stage at the event which also boats a Silent Disco Marquee, funfair on Guildhall Road, Team Extreme Skate Park, art installations and so much more for everyone to enjoy.
Festival organisers are keen to keep this festival as environmentally friendly as possible with two solar powered stages, compostable glasses and recycling stations placed throughout Queens Gardens.
Andy Mellors, Managing Director Non-Franchised Businesses, FirstGroup Rail Division, said: “We are excited to be involved in an event with such green credentials and which aims to bring the entire community together to do things that have been badly missed in recent months. Hull Trains have always been a supporter of community events and we can’t wait to see everyone out there enjoying some great music!”
Mark Page, Artistic Director at Inner City Sesh, said: “I am so pleased that we are able to get some of the region’s incredibly talented musicians and artists back out there, performing live on stage again.
“Watch this space for some incredibly strong line ups and headliners. Despite a tough couple of years for the music industry, we are delighted and proud that some of the city’s bands have flourished during this time achieving national recognition with enviable airtime on BBC Radio 1 and 6.”
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