Reach For The Bunting


BBC award winning London based folk music promoters, the Nest Collective have announced the eagerly anticipated return of their flagship event, Reach for the Bunting on Saturday 28th September at the East London creative hub Netil House. This latest instalment of Reach for the Bunting will host the soulful sounds of The Garifuna Collective and crowd pumping troubadours The Ceilidh Liberation Front.


The extra special international guests The Garifuna Collective, hailing from the heart of Belize will be bringing their soul-stirring collection of songs inspired by their unique Afro-Amerindian cultural heritage. With a line-up consisting of the best musicians in the Garifuna music scene, The Garifuna Collective promises to carry the torch of cultural preservation and promotion passed on by their former front man, Andy Palacio. Hot on the heels of the recent release of their latest album Ayo (Goodbye) now is the time to catch these extremely talented musicians with their beautiful guitar melodies and uplifting drum rhythms.


Having taken the UK festival scene by storm this year with their wild and raucous antics and updated interpretation of a good old fashioned barn dance, Reach for the Bunting's resident band The Ceilidh Liberation Front are back! Ready and raring to go CLF will once again be breaking down all previous ceilidh conventions and prompting people to fling themselves all over the dance floor with their with their exuberant dances and enthusiastic party starting tunes! Expect carnival recklessness and festival shamelessness!


Tickets are on sale now via The Nest Collective Website and keep an eye on the facebook page for all upcoming events.


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