An Evening with the Belvoir Big Band

An Evening with the Belvoir Big Band

The music features forties standards, Latin, pop, rock and jazz.

The Belvoir Big Band is centered on Harby in the Vale of Belvoir and formed in 2016 it draws its members from across the region, playing mainly for charity events. The music features forties standards, Latin, pop, rock and jazz. The twenty piece band is an exciting addition to the local music scene. Sit back and journey through popular music of the twentieth century. The evening is sponsored by the Melton Building Society and proceeds are for the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust protecting local biodiversity.

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