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"I don't want to spread coronavirus but I'd still love to party"

Wychwood’s house band Thrill Collins are programming The Hobgoblin stage and inviting their friends Funky Business, Wrapped in Cheese, Way Out West and Roguey Roads to join the party this May, but before that they will be hosting a simultaneous virtual house party this Friday 20th March from 8pm (GMT). The band will be live-streaming a show from one of their houses, with hundreds of house parties already planned all over the world lined up to share one big night in together. Alone.

Robbie Pert, vocalist and guitarist said “We wanted to have a good old knees-up and use the evening to bring everyone together with a shared sense of community and a love of 12- minute garage medleys. After all global pandemics should not be a barrier to responsible partying.”

The band have partnered with their charity best friends (Coppafeel, Youth Music & Reverse Retts) to have fun, raise awareness and hopefully a bit of money in the spirit of shared isolation.

Where will it be broadcast?

Instagram

Facebook

YouTube

Visit thrillcollins.co.uk for more information and to keep updated on other events.

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