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Uninvited band return to Lowestoft venue

PUBLISHED: 11:24 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:57 03 July 2018

The band's February line up. Picture: The Uninvited

The band's February line up. Picture: The Uninvited

The Uninvited

A Norfolk rock/pop band will be returning to home turf this month, when they play a famous Oulton Broad pub.

The Uninvited will be returning to the Flying Dutchman on July 14, their first show since May.

Kevin Hunt, the band’s drummer, said: “We are really looking forward to playing this venue as it is a great place for regular live music, and is our first full appearance there having played a charity day a couple of years ago. “Hopefully this great weather will continue and we will still be in World Cup Fever Mode. We are looking to have a great time.”

The band will be on stage at around 9pm, with admission free at the family friendly watering hole.

The band will play a mixture of seventies tunes to modern numbers, with classic Fleetwood Mac followed by Paramore songs.

Further information can be found on the band’s Facebook Page www.facebook.com/thenoentryzone or visit www.facebook.com

and search for “The Uninvited.norfolk”

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