Black Sheep Brewery sponsorship lifts new music festival
Yorkshire’s Black Sheep Brewery has teamed up with the organisers of a brand new music festival taking place in Yorkshire this month.
Featuring well-know acts including Reverend and the Makers and former Bluetones frontman Mark Morriss, LS21 Live is a new festival with ambitions of becoming a regular part of the musical calendar.
The one-day event, on Sunday, May 26 at Otley Rugby Club, Otley, Leeds, will also feature a range of unsigned bands.
Black Sheep Brewery managing director, Rob Theakston, said: “Beer and music are two staples of British culture so it was a very easy decision to become headline sponsors of LS21 Live, especially as it is in the heart of our home county of Yorkshire and supporting talent from around the area.”
As well as being the event’s main sponsor, Black Sheep will be running the bar, along with Premier Event Bars.
George Holmes, event organiser, said: “Black Sheep Brewery and LS21 Live is a perfect match and we are incredibly pleased to have such a well-known Yorkshire icon backing our event.
“It promises to be a brilliant day and the start of something special which will grow to become a major event for years to come.”
The event runs from 12 noon to 9.30pm, with gates opening at 11am. Full details of tickets and the day are available from www.ls21live.info. Tickets cost £20, plus booking fee via the website.
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