The Bournemouth Guitar Orchestra, a creative community project, has pledged support for Coda Music Trust by donating its fees to the local music charity.
After the success of 2016’s inaugural Poole Harbour Festival, organisers say it will be “even bigger and better this year with more amazing food and fantastic music that all the family can enjoy.”
The Olly Murs concert at Kings Park in Bournemouth will not take place on 5 August as the organisers, Stephen C Associates, have gone bust.
Grooves on the Green will be at Ashley Cross near Poole on 15 and 16 July 2017 from 11am to 7pm with headliner Gary Stringer of West Country rock band Reef.
The pop sensation Olly Murs will be performing live on stage at Kings Park on Saturday 5 August at his one and only outdoor Bournemouth concert and 2,000 extra tickets have been released.
The Mayor of Ferndown’s charity evening will feature country, folk and guitar sounds at the Royal British Legion, Ferndown on 15 July 2017.
R&B king Billy Ocean is starring at the three-day 80s extravaganza at Upton House Music Festival with special guests Kim Wilde and Toyah.
Coda Music Trust, a unique resource on the Dorset and Hampshire border, is seeking volunteer musicians and singers to support its ongoing work with the elderly in residential homes.
Twelve acts battled it out on Saturday 8 April with Draconem securing first place to become this year’s undisputed voice of Ferndown.
Dorset-based Teddy Rocks Festival is holding a battle of the bands competition to win a place during the up-coming music festival.