Culture Train rolls into Brid

Urban Rain will be headlining the Telegraph gig.
Urban Rain will be headlining the Telegraph gig.

The Culture Train and Bus Tour 2018 has once again brought a taste of the Hull music scene to communities across East Yorkshire located both alongside the railway lines and accessible by EYMS buses.

The eighth and final date of the tour is a free concert at the Telegraph in Bridlington this Saturday (13 October).

This gig features singer songwriter Mal Fry from York, The Hull Folk Collective, singer songwriter Ollie Smith from Nafferton and headliners Urban Rain.

The first band will be on around 9pm and the event, in the Telegraph’s function room, is free to attend.

Chris Warkup of Quiet Riot Arts is proud of the project. He said: “This is a great opportunity to promote Hull music outside of the city continue our project to bring talented musicians to the village pub, a church or railway station and offer a chance to see great local music within your community.

“Hopefully this could lead to further events in the future or attract new people to attend events elsewhere if they develop a taste for local acts. It is all free so check it out and a big thank you to the Active Creative fund, Northern Rail and East Yorkshire Motor Services for creating this opportunity.”