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Open mic night at
13 High Street

The Granary Bar,  13 High Street,  Buckingham,  Buckinghamshire,  MK18 1NT,  England
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Event Info
  • Frequency : Every Other Wednesday. Always verify this independently before travelling. This information is not guaranteed correct.
  • Advance booking : Advance booking is not required.
  • Start / Finish time : 08:45 pm to 11:00 pm
  • Arrival / Sign-up begins : 08:15 pm
  • Performance type : All performance types are welcome
  • Event name : Buckingham Midweek Jam
  • Last confirmed : 23rd May 2017
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Contact
  • Organiser name : John Bassil
  • Organiser phone : 07751 310 983
  • Venue phone : 01280 820 597

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More details
  • Equipment at the venue : PA system with mixer (16 inputs) and 4 microphones. Electric guitar amp is provided. Bass guitar amp is provided. In-house drum-kit is provided. Stage foldback / monitor speakers are provided.
  • Instructions for performers : Free entry. Under 16s are welcome with responsible adult. Optional audio recording taken of performance.
  • Maximum number of simultaneous performers : 10
  • Organiser's comments : Open Mic & Jam night in The Granary at Thirteen High Street, Buckingham. Full PA, amps and drum kit provided, so just turn up with your instrument and play. Want to sing but don't play an instrument? The house band can accompany you on a wide variety of songs. In addition to all styles of music (of all ages and abilities), poets, story tellers and comics are encouraged to take part :) Spectators are welcome too.
  • How to find the venue : Near Buckingham Community Centre.
  • Travel advice : Lots of free parking (after 6pm) in Cornwalls Public Car Park (around the corner from the venue).

This information was...

  • ...last updated on 23rd May 2017
  • ...first submitted on 7th November 2016
  • ...submitted by John Bassil

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