A line up of 17 acts will feature at the second PimJam music festival when it takes place at The Bull, in Haverhill’s Market Place on Saturday, July 30.
PimJam was initially staged in 2014 in memory of local musician Peter James, who died aged 27 in a car crash in Haverhill on December 15, 2013.
As in 2014, the proceeds will go to SARS (Suffolk Accident Rescue Service), the emergency medical charity that was first on the scene at the fatal crash.
Pete was a vocalist and guitarist with This Broken Empire, and although the band has now folded, other local acts will feature, including Hollowstar, StereoJack and Dale Bennett and the Incidentals. The event is sponsored by Black Barn Records and Real Bodies Gym in Haverhill.
Tickets are £3 in advance from www.pimjam.co.uk/tickets.html, from where more details of the event can also be found, or £4 on the door. Under 13s get in free.