Ten acts will go head-to-head in the Reidys Exposure grand finale to be crowned the winner of one of the town’s leading music competitions and bag thousands of pounds worth of prizes.
After four weeks of live heats, the competition reaches its peak in the Windsor Suite at King George’s Hall, Blackburn.
Over 90 acts and artists have travelled to the heart of the Blackburn BID area in a bid to secure a place in the final which carries thousands of pounds worth of prizes.
Dale Gardner, Marketing Manager at Reidys Home of Music, said that the final will be a crowning evening of fantastic live, original music, he commented: “It’s set to be an amazing night with an incredibly varied line-up, comprising of everything from metal to folk.”
“As well as our ten finalists, there will be a special performance from some of our good friends; previous winners and local hell raisers, Good Foxy.”
The line-up features Henry Gallagher, Cataclysm, Hunting Game, Sophia Ben Yousef, Philip James Turner & The Crow Mandala, Skinny Wrist Gumbo, Where Fires Are, George Harris & The Memory Makers, Caroline Eve, Grace Davies.
Tickets for the final to be held on March 26 cost £3 on the door or can be purchased via http://www.kinggeorgeshall.com/whats-on/reidys-exposure/. Music Starts at 7.15pm.