Saturday Night @ Floral Hall

Saturday nights are back at Floral Baby !!

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Saturday Night Running Order

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A new collaboration between Hornsea Carnival and Hornsea Floral Hall will see a return of party goers to the Floral Hall for Carnival Saturday night.

One of the larger costs to the Carnival is the band tent, which has been a massive favourite since it was introduced. From the cost of the marquee itself to the equipment needed, extra portable toilets and the licenses. Although ticket sales are good the overheads are high. A new collaboration between Hornsea Floral Hall and the Carnival will see the Carnival Saturday bands night move to the hall. Iain added: “It means Carnival now is not just limited to the park we are incorporating the whole town between the parade and the Floral Hall on Saturday night.

We love working with the community and this new collaboration can only be a positive thing. Hornsea Floral have donated the use of the hall and supporting us in this way is brilliant. This is two community organisations bringing things together for the community and keeping the money within the town which is what keeps communities alive. It makes sense to use the Floral Hall and we should have been doing so in the past. It means the Carnival are not spending money on amenities that already exist and we can utilise this elsewhere.”

Saturday nights are back at Floral Baby

  • The ContraBand – 19.15 – 20.00


      “We pride ourselves on the whole package, from the first enquiry to the last dance.”

      15 years ago the Contraband played their first show in a small pub in Hull. A few gigs later and they were asked to play at a friends wedding, then another friends office party and then another wedding……..

      Very soon they were establishing themselves as one of Yorkshire’s premier party bands and were becoming well renowned for the way they interact and get the people involved in the show.

      Over 10 years experience entertaining thousands of party people now puts them at the top of the tree when it comes to delivering a night to remember.

  • Hats off – 20.30 – 21.15

    • Hats off are a multi award winning band from East Yorkshire , who play a broad range of genres from rock to pop to country and others in which you may find surprising like ska and disco! The band is a female fronted four piece and have been together for 3 years. They are currently bursting through their local music scene with their unique twist on covers and their well- received originals!

  • Fingersmith – 21.40 – 22.25

    • John – Keyboards, Guitar and Vocals
      Phil – Saxophone and Vocals;
      Steve – Guitar;
      Matt – Drums;
      Ben –

  • Headliner – Electric Enemy – 22.45 – 23.30

    • Electric Enemy are a dynamic London-based commercial rock band making music in response to the world around them, speaking to a generation looking for something they can relate to and revel in. The band make music with a message that’s as powerful as their hook laden contagious Heavy Pop sound – with lyrics that tell tales of broken hearts, a broken world, and breaking boundaries.Jim (guitars/lead vox), Orlando (guitars) and Tom (drums) come together to create a sound which could be likened to Nothing But Thieves, Muse, The Killers and Queens Of The Stoneage but with artistry that could only be Electric Enemy.