Time for Teenage Kicks

Popular youth festival Teenage Kicks is on the horizon - promising to fill the Quarry Park in Shrewsbury with a whole host of activities, music and more for everyone to enjoy on Saturday 23rd June.

Fight The Bear will be head-lining the event and will perform alongside many other young local bands, which have been selected by young volunteers from the Hive Music and Media Centre in the town. Musicians were invited to submit demos ahead of a deadline of 17th May, in order to be in with a chance of performing at the event.

In addition to live music and performances, other attractions for visitors this year include zorbing, skateboarding, boxing, football coaching, arts and crafts, the Shropshire youth bus, half-pipe, graffiti and there will also be hairdressing and beauty demonstrations.

The day is free to attend and everyone in Shrewsbury is invited to come on down to the Quarry on Saturday 23rd June between 12pm and 6pm, to join in the fun!

Teenage Kicks is returning to the Quarry Park this year thanks to a working partnership between Shrewsbury Town Council, the Hive Music and Media Centre, Shropshire Horticultural Society and Severnside Housing.

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