Preston live music stream fundraising for local charity

Posted on - 14th October, 2020 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Charities, Music, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Preston's Stream to the Street is happening this weekend
Preston’s Stream to the Street is happening this weekend

A two night streaming event will see live music from Preston bands broadcast online.


Stream to the Street is being organised by UK Media and Events with funding from Preston City Council.

The event is raising money for local music and mental health charity We are Hummingbird.

Taking place this weekend from the Harris, the line up on Friday (16 October) features David Shurr, Ivan Campo, Tilterwheel and Ginnel.

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Saturday (17 October) will see Reverie, The Amber List, Steve McCartney and Saraban performing live.

Saraban on stage
Saraban will perform on Saturday

The streaming will start at 6pm and finish at 9.45pm on both nights.

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Councillor Peter Kelly, Cabinet member for culture and leisure, said: “This is a great opportunity to support local bands at a time when it’s difficult to host live events and performances.

“We’re grateful to UK Media and Events for delivering the live streams and hope everyone can enjoy the performances from the safety of their own homes.”

To find out more, visit Facebook or Instagram. To book a ticket and find out how to donate to We Are Hummingbird, visit Stream to the Street on Eventbrite.

After booking a ticket, subscribe to the Stream to the Street YouTube channel and click the bell icon to be notified when the event goes live.

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