Park in Diss will come alive with music from top acts

Park Alive 2015 in Diss Twisted Piglet

Park Alive 2015 in Diss Twisted Piglet - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2015

An annual night of music in Diss promises to be the biggest event to date its organisers have said.

The annual Park Alive is being held on Saturday, August 13 at the Park Pavilion in Diss starting at 5.30pm.

Organised by the Rotary Club of Diss & District, the event is said to have many diverse performers to interest the family.

As in previous years, an evening of popular music entertainment will be complemented by barbecued food and drink which will be on sale throughout the evening.

For the first time there will also be a balloon count competition supported by John Grose.


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After her recent success in America in July at the World Championship of Performing Arts, Breeze Redwine, from Starston, will be performing her latest music tracks.

This rising teenage star will be joined by local rock band Twisted Piglet who by popular demand have been brought back to the event this year.

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To illustrate the local musical diversity in Diss, Discord, the wellbeing choir, will be singing a range of popular music.

All these musical acts will be supported and compered by Park Radio.

The event is free to the public, and there will be a chance to win prizes in the grand draw.

These prizes have been kindly donated by John Doe and A W Myhill who are the main sponsors of the event.

All money raised on the night will go to charities supported by Rotary International.

A spokesman for the Rotary Club said: 'Come along and support us to make this an event to remember. This public event promises to be the best yet.'

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