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Sun Deck Sundays – Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music 2021

Event ListingSun Deck Sundays – Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music 2021

Sun Deck Sundays at The Boathouse returns.

Sun Deck Sundays is a twice monthly afternoon into sunset music session on the shores of the River Deben in partnership between The Boathouse Bar & Kitchen and Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music.

Sunday 26th September

Time: 2.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: The Boathouse, Whisstocks, Tide Mill Way, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1FP

Tickets: Entry is free but reservation is compulsory. There is a full bar and tapas style menu. Please book tables in a maximum bubble of six, bring masks and observe current COVID-19 guidelines. Book your table here: https://theboathousewoodbridge.co.uk/ or call 01394 385200 or email theboathousewoodbridge@gmail.com.

DJ Ben Osborne is described as a “polymath” by Time Out. He’s an award winning creative producer and founder of Noise of Art (“an actual Cathedral of Sound” The Guardian). He DJs internationally at festivals, including Glastonbury, Sonar, Big Chill, Chateau Perché and Latitude. His career includes pioneering late night music events in art institutions in London and DJ residencies in clubs across Europe.

He’s worked with diverse acts such as Groove Armada, Booka Shade, Gilles Peterson, Ashley Beedle, Laurent Garnier, Leee John of Imagination, Horse Meat Disco DJs, Andrew Weatherall, Danny Rampling, Justin Robertson, Martyn Ware (Heaven 17/ Human League), Red Snapper and many more. He’s also a journalist and author and has presented shows on Xfm, NME Radio and Slack City Radio.

Guests so far include Chris Coco, Flying Mojito Bros, Simon Lee, Faze Action, Sid LeSarge, Niel Thornton (Disappearing Dining Club) and more…

“DJs who have performed in front of thousands at Glastonbury are set to kick off Woodbridge Festival’s Sun Deck Sundays… at the new Boathouse restaurant. Sun Deck Sundays is a twice monthly afternoon music session hosted by the restaurant in partnership with Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music.” (East Anglian Daily Times)