Yes! Cambridge's favourite multi-disciplinary music and arts organisers are arranging some glorious sonic treats to get you all in the mood for great music this Valentine's day!
Once again, Shindig will be descending upon St Philip's Church on Mill Road, to bring you a night packed full of great bands. There'll be music from ethereal, orchestral indie virtuosos Wooden Arms, and soulful distinctive vibes, courtesy of the fantastic Heart of a Dog. Local support on the night comes from Cambridge-based musician Tom Adams, talented chap who makes ambient loops and skillful melodies into blissful tunes and soaring soundscapes.
It's a great line-up. But it's not just about the music.
As the gig falls on Friday 14th February - that most sacred of made-up holidays - the Shindig crew have planned some very exciting stuff!
They'll be a duo of specially-sourced buskers performing your song dedications during the intervals (email your dedication to firstname.lastname@example.org) Plus, the Shindig crew will be taking it back to the old skool with a live recreation of cheesy nineties game show, Blind Date!
There might even be a spot of speed-dating too!
If it sounds too good to miss, then you should probably go ahead and get your tickets now. Entry is £6 on the door, and £4 in advance. (Much cheaper than dinner and a movie! And much more fun too!)
The show starts at 8pm on Friday 14th February, at St Phillip's Church, Mill Road, Cambridge. See you there!