Reach for Tomorrow will showcase a mix of young artists tomorrow (Saturday) as part of the Stade Saturdays programme.
The event starting at 7.30pm will feature the best up and coming acoustic artists locally from pop to rap and rock to soul.
The order of appearance is as follows.
Kicking off the show are The Broadcasters who use their own catchy music along with quirky mixes of chart topping hits to astound their audience.
Appearing after will be Robertsbridge-based Hebe Gilham, with her unique voice and fetching music followed by acoustic rap artist, Kane Tracey, performing his own upbeat, lovable songs along with his own mix on music classics.
In the heart of Old Hastings following will be Poppy Prescott daughter of Beatles Day organiser, Pete Prescott with her enchanting voice and intricate guitar playing skills followed by Sam Carey, an exciting new singer of well-known hits accompanied by guitar player Max Williams.
Reach for Tomorrow will be headlined by Adeola Osho who will be performing a special acoustic set.
Adeola’s captivating and superb music will be a perfect finish to a fabulous evening.
Reach for Tomorrow is being organised by Solomon Curtis and Jodie Knowles Baker, directors of Future Talent PA Ltd.
The show starts at 7.30pm.