Hundreds turned out to support the North Lynn Discovery Centre and a national anti-racism charity at the One: Unity In Music concert on Friday night.
The event, which was held at Lynn’s Corn Exchange, featured a selection of talented West Norfolk bands catering for all music tastes with everything from rock to ska. It was organised by Twisted Melon Promotions, who also arrange the Battle of the Bands competition. The aim of last week’s gig was to raise funds and awareness about the importance of respect and unity within the music scene.
The event featured bands including The First, Rebelation, Menshevik, Faintest Idea and Vanilla Pod.
Triston Finnis, organiser, said: “I thought it was an amazing night that, I think, surpassed everyone’s expectations.
“The event showcased the Corn Exchange as a truly great music venue up there with the University of East Anglia in Norwich and Cambridge Junction. We are already planning our next events, which may even include something for dance music fans.”
The event was fundraising for the North Lynn Discovery Centre and national racism charity, Hope Not Hate, and a final figure has yet to be reached.