Come Together

Come Together is a celebration to mark our ability to gather together again after 18 months of lockdowns and other social restrictions.

Residents and visitors alike were invited to join in an afternoon of great songs and festival vibes. The band led a short procession from the car park at Apex Park. Once in Apex Park, Tongues of Fire performed many well-known classics including the popular Beatles tunes Come Together and Just a Little Help From my Friends, as well as Lean on Me, Lovely Day, Happy, Bring Me Sunshine and What a Wonderful World

Director of Seed, Scott O’Hara says “We are very excited to be able to create an opportunity for Highbridge and Burnham to join together, listen to some great music, have a picnic, sing and even dance together once again.”

The joyful noise of street band Tongues of Fire is perfect for celebrating that sense of togetherness. They combine New Orleans street-band music, English folk, circus music, original material and popular songs, to create a rich, wild and unique sound, both very English and international.

Together with Create You, Seed created free festival headband kits for you to get creative before the big day.

A competition for the best headbands was judged on the day by members of Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge Town Council who selected their favourite headbands to win a voucher from Create You.

This event has been made possible with funding for Arts Council England, The National Lottery and Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge Town Council.

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