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Newark's bank holiday Brass Explosion this Sunday!

Newark Town Council proudly presents the 2021 Brass Band Explosion and firework finale on Sunday August 29th in the grounds of Newark Castle, and it's FREE.

The fun starts at 2pm with family entertainment throughout the afternoon ('til 5).

Musically, Nottingham Concert Band kick things off at 3 followed by the Blidworth Welfare Band.

Newark Town Band take centre stage at at 6pm then it's Newstead Brass at 7.30, with the Thoresby Colliery Band at 9 culminating in a spectacular firework finale.

It's a free, family event in conjunction with Newark Town Council and everyone is welcome.

Radio Newark's breakfast presenters Phil & Victoria, Tony from mid-mornings and Ady from the 70s Soul, Funk & Disco show will be there hosting the day's events.

Top tip: Arrive early to get a good pitch, bring your own chair if you can and enjoy the afternoon and evening.

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