Aylesbury is tuning up for busking

17 May 2019
Busker

Talented performers of all varieties are being encouraged to busk in Aylesbury, to help make the town an even more vibrant and entertaining place to visit.

Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership is looking to support different kinds of street entertainers and buskers for Aylesbury town centre, to help improve the range of sights and sounds on offer. Existing performers, including guitarists, ukulele players and the pan pipe players will remain - but it’s not just musicians that the Partnership is encouraging to come forward.

Diana Fawcett, Aylesbury Town Centre & Regeneration Manager, said:

“If there are any local groups that would be interested in doing a performance and showcasing their talent, please get in touch. We would love to hear from anyone, from karate and dancing groups to choirs, musicians and jugglers.

“We’re always looking for ways to make Aylesbury an exciting and engaging experience for our visitors, which is why we have speciality markets, events and live entertainment all year round. You might not have even thought about it yet, but street performance is a great way to showcase all the amazing things that you can do.”

If you’d like to show what you can do on the streets of Aylesbury this summer, email Diane Harrison on dharrison@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk.

This is a FREE and exciting support opportunity for entertainers, which many towns do not offer. And it could lead to more opportunities, as some buskers in Aylesbury have launched their career through performing in the town centre.

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