Music brought to you every Saturday night curated by Nottingham’s own Revolution Sounds.

Let the Music Play Down at Castle Rock introduces Seas of Mirth and Blessing Magore!

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Tickets are £20 – this gets you a table for up to 6 people, so that’s as little as £3.33 each!
Seas of Mirth have been stamping their own mark on modern music for the last decade, mixing up styles and song structures while also being known for their watery twist. The band have taken their sound to a new level on their third full-length album. The nine-strong ensemble and extensive instrument checklist remains intact. Xylophone, bouzouki, clav organ, accordion, and theremin are all present (to name a few), joined by a shoal of effects and watery samples. The sonic span widens into areas of psyche, dark funk, jazz, disco, ambient, latin and chime-pop – a far cry away from the gallionic jigs that made up their 2016 album Hark!Blessing Magore is a UK-based Zimbabwean Afro-pop artist and producer turning out distinctive and unmissable sounds.Doors from 6:30pm. Excellent beers on the bar including a few of our own alongside carefully picked guest craft and cask ale. BBQ food with veggie options available until 8pm.

Open air with under-cover options / Socially distanced and covid-compliant / Table service provided / Separate toilets to those in the pub / Outdoor can bar / Merch tables.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult and off site by 9pm – thank you for your understanding.