While away the hours at a Norwich bandstand concert this summer

People enjoyed a Bandstand Concert in Eaton Park this weekend with many more set to happen over the summer.

The events are designed to allow people to enjoy the city's beautiful parks and free live music for people to while away their Sunday afternoon to.

On Sunday the Top Brass quintet performed.

Formed in 1998, Top Brass is a well-established group, offering a selection of music.

Brenda Arthur, leader of Norwich City Council and cabinet member for events and culture, said: 'These concerts give everyone the opportunity to get out and enjoy the city's parks, listen to some uplifting music, and just enjoy the summer. 'The events are free so why not take the whole family along with a picnic, make a day of it and enjoy Norwich's great parks.'

All concerts start at 3pm and they take place every Sunday from June to end of August.

On Sunday the Taverham Band performed on Mousehold Heath; on June 26 Hellesdon & Sprowston Band will perform in Waterloo Park; on July 3 the Broadland Brass Band will perform at Chapelfield Gardens; On July 10 Cawston Band will perform at Eaton Park; on July 17 the Pavilion Brass Quintet will perform at Mousehold Heath; on July 24 the Simon Youngman Quintet will perform at Waterloo Park on July 31 the Norwich City Concert Band will perform at Eaton Park; on August 7 Saxobility will perform at Chapelfield Gardens; on August 14 Norfolk Wherry Brass will perform at Eaton Park; on August 21 Dereham Band will perform at Mousehold Heath; on August 28 the Pavilion Brass Quintet will perform at Waterloo Park.

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All concerts are organised by Norwich City Council and Brian Dermott.

For all the up-to-date information about these events, search for Norwich City Council events on facebook and click the 'Like' button, or visit www.norwich.gov.uk.

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