Great Yarmouth Event Information

Summer Sundays week three

Sunday 16th August 2015

This Sunday sees the third of the ‘Summer Sunday’ series of five live music concerts taking place in Great Yarmouth market square. The Caribbean themed events aim to bring a bit of Jamaican sunshine to Great Yarmouth town centre and this week features Meera, a singer and songwriter with a unique sound and dynamic voice.

Meera is versatile singer and loves all genres of music, however her passion is reggae music and she has impressed with her rich sound and catchy hooks on reggae/dancehall riddims. Meera trained as a vocal coach in Hollywood where she had the opportunity to co-write a song with Evan bogart, known for writing the smash hit "Halo" for Beyonce. Meera has recently released her debut single titled "We Collide", a fresh sounding track with an RnB/Reggae Dancehall twist, which is produced by DASECA Productions.

Meera is being supported by Kolin Durier, a singer songwriter from Norwich. Known for his Pop Rock driven songs with upbeat funky grooves, Kolin uses one acoustic guitar to weave drum sounds, bass lines and funky melodies into his songwriting. His latest track “What Really Matters” has received airplay on BBC radio. He is currently working on his second EP and performing songs from this at music festivals and venues across the UK.

In between the live performances DJ and radio presenter Apollo Dan, assisted by DJ Brownings, will be maintaining the summer feel good vibe with the very best recordings of reggae music from the soundstage.  With a DJ career spanning 25 years Apollo Dan presents a weekly reggae and dance hall show on In2Beats radio station in Bedford, where he is well known for his passion for reggae and actively promotes up and coming artists from around the world. 



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The live music will take place on a unique solar powered camper van stage in the market square from 11am 3.00pm each Sunday in August and will also incorporate childrenís craft making workshops, face painting, merchandise and music stalls featuring recordings by the participating artists. Jankie Dís workshops will be hosting the childrenís craft making which will also be Caribbean themed to include friendship bracelets, Rasta style peg dolls, Rain sticks, feathered and sequined headdresses and florist ribbons in Jamaican colours.