9th October @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Following an inspiring day of environmental themed art and activity at the Industrial Revelation Eco Festival event, secure a seat in the main Steam Hall of an iconic London museum for a very special environmental edged, evening concert, featuring three acclaimed rock bands, with stunning “Son et Lumiere” lighting. Watch these huge machines light up to the inspiring and moving, environmental live music of:-
The Lemon Sharks of London are an Isleworth based band with roots in the alternative 80s music scene, They get feet tapping with reggae beats and a pinch of post punk. Their new single “Riverboat Ska” reflects their riverside lifestyle, while other songs, such as “Ghostland” and “Lemon Sharks” reveal their social and environmental conscience.
Ruby Dawn are well respected singer / songwriter / keyboard player, Carola Baer’s hypnotic ambient post alternative rock band. They create a lush sound that weaves emotional intensity with captivating lyrical expressions, storytelling qualities, soundscape and emotive concerns. The listener is taken on a mind and heart captivating journey that echoes and whispers subtle sounds of hope and stark reminders of humanity.
Kindred Spirit Band
The Kindred Spirit Band are a five-piece, progressive, folk rock band, featuring vocals, guitars, flute and sax and bass and drums. They have performed to great acclaim at Liverpool’s famous “Cavern Club” and more recently, Cambridge Rock Festival. Their sound has been likened to “Fleetwood Mac” and they have been described as:-
“One of the best folk rock acts in activity in the UK” Prog Rock and Prog Metal Zine
Tickets can be booked here:
Transport and Parking
The London Museum of Water and Steam, in Brentford does have a small car park, with limited parking but a space cannot be guaranteed. Being a Sunday evening concert, there will be unrestricted parking available on local streets. If you want to help reduce your carbon emissions and give yourself the chance of enjoying a few alcoholic drinks, you might prefer to use the local, public transport, with the nearby Kew Bridge, main line Station, Gunnersbury tube and plenty of local buses.
Doors open: 6.30pm
Concert start: 7.00pm
Concert end: 10.30pm
Find out more about the whole Industrial Revelation Eco Festival event, a Hounslow Council “Summer of Culture” sponsored event, which runs for the whole of Sunday, 9th October (10am – 4pm) at the London Museum of Water and Steam.
The extra environmental themed, day time activities can be accessed for free by purchasing a standard ticket for the museum for the day of Sunday 9th October.
The activities include:-
Find The Artyfacts – a sculpture trail
Take Part in Art – an art workshop with professional artist
Environmental Information – find out ways to change things