Go your own way to the South Holland Centre for two exciting musical acts.
On Saturday one of the UK’s leading Fleetwood Mac tribute acts is coming to Spalding.
Fleetwood Machine bring to the stage a celebration of one of rock’s biggest ever bands.
The show is performed by five experienced musicians who have found each other through their passion for one of the greatest bands in history.
A band spokesman said: “We want to convey to our audiences the pure joy and excitement we feel when performing this incredible music. Looking forward to sharing some ‘Big Love’ with you all.”
The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £26.50.
The live music continues on Wednesday, May 18 when Daphne’s Flight land on the South Holland Centre stage.
The vocal group was created 25 years ago by five of the leading singer songwriters of their generation – Chris While, Julie Matthews, Melanie Harrold, Helen Watson and Christine Collister.
After a 21 year hiatus, they reunited in 2017 with a brand new album, ‘Knows Time, Knows Change’ and toured the UK and Europe to much critical and audience acclaim.
They returned to the studio to record third studio album, ‘On Arrival’ which they’re now touring after a COVID delay.
Christine is unable to join them but Julie, Chris, Helen and Mel are delighted to welcome into the fold Miranda Sykes on vocals and double bass.
A South Holland Centre spokesman said: “Join Daphne’s Flight on their un-missable return flight to the stage promoting their highly anticipated 3rd studio album, ‘On Arrival’.
“Crossing a huge range of topics and genres, blending folk, blues, jazz and pop all woven together with striking harmonies and supported by a range of instrumentation and percussion.
“The music of Daphne’s Flight is a magical layering of sensitivity, beauty, experience and empowerment.
“Their songs are thought provoking, uplifting, empowering and relatable. They continue to inspire audiences with the warmth, energy and sheer joy they bring to their performances.
“They are, quite simply, a force to be reckoned with.”
Tickets for the 7.30pm show are £18.