The massed bands of Lincolnshire Brass are set to entertain in Skegness this weekend in a special concert that has become something of a county tradition.
The Last Night Of The Proms will entertain the crowds in the Embassy Theatre this Sunday, September 22 from 7.30pm.
“This year’s concert will once again bring together some of the finest musicians from Lincolnshire and the surrounding area,” said a spokesperson.
“This year our very special guests are the Military Wives Choir, Digby.
“The Military Wives Choirs were brought to prominence on the BBC show fronted by Gareth Malone.
“Since then Military Wives choirs up and down the country have grown an excellent reputation and following, we are very proud to have them involved in our Proms concert.
“Our second special guest is world renowned saxophonist ‘Snake’ Davis, who is widely known as a solo artist and for his guest appearances and solos on tracks such as Lisa Stansfield’s “Change”, M-People’s “Search For A Hero” and “Moving On Up” and Take That’s “A Million Love Songs”.
“He has played and recorded with artists ranging from James Brown to Paul McCartney, and the Eurythmics to Amy Winehouse.
“From classical to pop and traditional proms music, the Last Night Of The Proms has a programme that will suit all tastes.
“Lincolnshire Brass will once again be host to a number of special musical guests who will bring their own talents to the proceedings,” they added.
Tickets cost £14 for adults, £13 for over 60s and £8 for children. Call 0845 674 0505.