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Wokingham town centre will be filled with live music as the International Street Concert returns on Saturday 1 June 2019.


This year’s free party will take place in Broad Street from 6.00pm, ending at 11pm with a host of performers delighting the crowd with music from across the globe.


This year’s free party will take place in Broad Street from 6.00pm, ending at 11pm with a host of performers delighting the crowd with music from across the globe.

Wokingham Street Concert


Music lovers are encouraged to bring a folding chair to pop up in the road, which will be closed for the event, and enjoy the show. The free open-air stage will host an eclectic mix of performers across a range of genres including rock, pop and country.


Guests are able to bring their own snacks or picnics, but there will also be a host of street food stalls selling a variety of tasty snacks and hot food. Local business around the town centre will also be open, providing a huge range of options for those wanting to make a real day of things.
The International Street Concert, now in its sixth year, is hosted by Wokingham Town Council in partnership with local events company Yes Events.

Acts


Well-known Wokingham act, Pauly Zarb, of the Zarb Brothers, will be returning to entertain visitors with his multi-instrumental act and promises to bring an ‘earthy Aussie’ feel to the concert with his brothers.

The Marshall Couzens Band are an exciting band combining the fine vocals of Liza Marshall with the soulful guitar of Spencer Couzens and a first-rate group of experienced musicians. The sound of the band is rooted in country, southern rock, folk and blues, with original songs and classic covers performed in their own style. Liza has played at clubs and festivals throughout Europe and has earned a reputation as one of the UK’s finest country singers.


The highly acclaimed Mike Andrew will be performing as Robbie Williams and has quickly become one of, if not the, number one Robbie Williams impersonator in the world. Gaining recognition from Robbie Williams himself and Robbie’s father Pete Conway. Mike has performed for the likes of Coldplay, Mel C and Edith Bowman, and sang with Robbie Williams himself at his Swings Both Ways concert.

Fully FunKtional


Closing the festival, Fully FunKtional are an eight-piece group widely regarded as the best party band in the UK. If you want to see horn players starting a conga-line, guitarist encouraging the crowd to assist in a wild solo and singers serenading members of the audience, then this is the band for you.