Snap, Crackle, Rock for Anchor at Lemon Tree

Aberdeen is home to many great bands and artists including Annie Lennox, Emeli Sande, Terry McDermott and the list goes on.

Following in their footsteps are some of the most exciting, refreshing, and outstanding bands and artists ever seen in the city.

If you like music, why not come down to ANCHOROCK at The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen on Saturday, April 27 at 7pm, to see and hear performances from extremely talented bands and artists.

The line-up includes The Ruckus, rising stars Marionettes, Fyvie Live competition winners Cats In Capes, pop-rock band Audiokicks, hip-hop rapper FA, acoustic singer songwriter Oliver Richards and local DJ Scott Anderson AKA HomeAlone.

In addition to the unbelievably brilliant artists, the event will be in aid of charity, raising money for Friends Of ANCHOR.

The charity brings together experts and specialist nursing support to coordinate care of patients with all forms of cancer, leukemia and benign blood disorders such as hemophilia.

ANCHOROCK is a student run project by Jamco Events which consists of Aberdeen College Advertising students, James Eastcroft and Colin Hetherington.

The event is already shaping up to be a great night consisting of exceptional local musical talent, but more importantly, the event opens opportunities to raise vital funding for the local charity.

Liam Florence from Cats In Capes said: “We’re always up for playing for Friends of ANCHOR”.

Mr Florence and the rest of the band really believe in the charity and have previously participated in raising awareness for Friends of ANCHOR.

In addition, Audiokicks frontman, Iain Jamieson said: “We would absolutely love to be involved.”

Tickets for ANCHOROCK are now available from Aberdeen Box Office.

Alternatively potential guests can search for Jamco Events on Facebook for the latest updates.

Tickets cost just £7 plus a small booking fee which is a steal for such an amazing line-up and what will prove to be an unbelievable night to remember so get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.