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The Hoosiers are back for round Too on the King’s Lynn stage

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Festival Too organisers have welcomed a wealth of talent to the billing just one week before opening night with The Hoosiers back in town.

After first playing the festival back in 2011, the band have been added to the already packed programme.

They are due to take to the Tuesday Market Place stage on Friday, July 11, during the event organised in association with KLFM.

The British band’s first single, Worries About Ray, reached number five in 
the UK singles chart in July 2007.

Joining the line-up for the same night are X factor stars Rough Copy.

The band came fourth in last year’s ITV talent 
show.

And flying the flag for local talent, The First will also take to the stage.

The running order will now see students from King Edward VII School opening the show followed by The First, Rough Copy, The Hoosiers with the nightending with Toploader.

Chairman of Festival Too, Derek Harvey said: “Yet more great bands added to the already full programme 
for this year’s free music festival.

“The Hoosiers really got the crowd going when they played last time.

“Rough Copy are a great booking and will appeal to all age groups and are sure to really get the audience dancing. It’s brilliant to have yet another quality 
local band, The First joining us. This is shaping up to be a fantastic summer of free music for the people of West Norfolk.”

 

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