Our third article on the weekend's music and theatre events sees their popularity rise
The aim of the listings of Bath events was really to give us an excuse to suggest shirts to buy to keep the interest going though the season.
The more we look for interesting events that we think Gabucci‘s customers will like the more popular the posts have become.
It’s really great to have the opportunity to promote events around the area and into London, it’s drawing customers in and creating more of a sense of community with them, and it’s not too surprising once you start to dig around as there is an awful lot going on.
This week’s post started with two total legends. Steve Hackett and Tony Blackburn but thankfully not playing together!
Steve Hackett of Genesis fame was playing locally but we also had Sounds Of The 60s Live Tour Featuring Tony Blackburn on Saturday!
We have the Jane Austen Festival too. The city will host hundreds of Regency reenactors for ten days culminating in a regency costumed promenade.
Also, Somerset Jazz Festival was on this weekend at Radford Mill Farm near Bath and Bristol.
And for our second legend, we have Steve Hackett with Genesis Revisited – Foxtrot at Fifty playing Cardiff and back in Bath in October. He and his band play the entire Foxtrot album live.
We were also able to talk about two performances by Bath Festival Orchestra performing Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. They perform in at St George’s Bristol on Tuesday September 27th and then again at London’s Cadogan Hall on Wednesday 28th.
And as Gabucci have a lot of customers in London, we gave an early mention to the London Roots Festival at Kings Place in early November.
As the weekend would involve a fair bit of travelling if you managed to get it all in, we suggested a cycling shirt but of the sort Gabucci sell, a beautiful pale blue shirt with tiny cyclists depicted racing across the material. I’d add a link but they are all sold.
From aiming to promote a season’s shirts to starting to create a useful resource that promotes a store and the local events and community, has to be a good thing and demonstrates that content doesn’t just have to be product.