Final instalment of K Fest set to rock The Aquarium in Lowestoft
- Credit: The Aquarium
The tenth and final instalment of a music festival in memory of a popular woman who died from cancer is to take place next month.
For the tenth consecutive year, K Fest will see a selection of the region's finest musical talents performing in memory of Lowestoft musician Karen Sturgess.
Ms Sturgess, known as Kay, organised and performed at the first festival in May 2008, raising £2,000 for the Big C Appeal, before losing her battle with breast cancer the following month aged 39.
Her final wishes were for her family to continue the festival each year to raise money for the Louise Hamilton Centre and Sandra Chapman Centre, both located at James Paget University Hospital.
And this year, once again, the festival is to be held at The Aquarium music venue on the Claremont Pier in Lowestoft.
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The festival is free to enter with donations welcome and will be held on Sunday May 28, featuring a stellar line-up, including- Bloodshake Chorus, C J Brown, Diverse Roots and Not Clever.
For more details call 01502 573533.
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