Rock on the Rec
We are back
We are pleased to confirm that
Rock on the Rec
will be going ahead this year
Sunday 3rd July 2022
12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m.
Rock on the Rec 2022 is dedicated to the memory of
3 very special people who gave so much time and support to the residents of Stamford.
Lion Tom Riley MJF
Mayor Maxine Couch
Mayor Bill Turner
They were taken from us far too soon
There will be the usual music, outside bar, various food stalls, fun fair for the kids, craft stalls and much more
Come along and enjoy a musical afternoon/evening and bring a chair or blanket to sit on and just relax and listen to the music. Don't forget to bring some sunshine with you.
Help us to make it an afternoon of fun and laughter after missing out over the last 2 years.
It will be so good to get together with friends and family again.
If you are interested in taking part or helping out please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted that ...
SERV Suffolk & Cambridge will be with us sharing the very valuable work they do for the NHS
Check out their website
The Harley Davidsons will kick start the event again as they roar up Recreation Ground Road to arrive on the Rec. What a wonderful sound it is and it happens at 12:00 noon.
More Music Details
We can now tell you that the music will be by local bands as per the list below in performance order
Soulful vocals and close harmony singing set to a backdrop of intricate acoustic guitar
The Amber Squad
The Amber Squad formed in 1979 and have gained new momentum having got together again in 2015. A new single "After all these years" will be released on vinyl by Detour records later this year and two gigs in London including one in the iconic Hope and Anchor are planned in October/November
a Stamford based Latin/rock band putting sunshine smiles on people’s faces
a blues formed out of members of Peterborough groups Lizzy on the Loose and The Tunnel. Fuelled by a passion for blues music in all its forms and a desire to bring together different elements of other genres of music, Clarksdale Contract will entertain audiences both young and old with some classic tracks written by artists such as Muddy Waters and Howling Wolf, through to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton. Look out for other songs that cross into blues-rock and soul areas
4 musicians who have played together in other groups for a few years. This is a real blues/groove band with a mix of great tunes and powerful vocals
Bouncy two piece Indie Pop
a good variety of stalls for you to browse and purchase something special
several charity stalls with games and information
a good choice of food and drink, including an outside bar for when you are peckish or thirsty
a fun fair for kids of all ages
As soon as more details come through we will post here and on Facebook and Instagram