Graham Knight, a popular who passed away suddenly last December life will be celebrated this weekend at a Quiet Riot event.
Well known in the town for his love of music, the night promises to be an emotional one. Organisers of the say the event on Friday will pay tribute to this highly respected member of the community.
Speaking ahead of the event, organiser Chris Warkup said;
“Graham Knight was a well-known figure in Beverley. He was known for his long-running pop quiz at the Cornerhouse, DJ’ing at the Regal and his work for the Millers Resource centre. He was also a keen supporter of Hull City while he loved the local music scene.”
New Venue For Quiet Riot Graham Knight Tribute Event
“On Friday there will be performances from the Church of Non Believers, Goole band Sandra’s Wedding and The Kings Horses. Also, the Rebellious Jukebox DJs will be playing Graham’s favourite songs throughout the evening.”
“Quiet Riot will also be trying out a new venue. We will be at Beverley Town Cricket Club for the first time. On the night we will have three great bands and also a soundtrack of Graham’s favourite songs.”
“Promoters have potentially found somewhere which could accommodate guitar bands again.”
“What better way to launch this than a night of music to celebrate Graham who supported these gigs as a stand-in DJ on a number of occasions.”
Tickets will be available online from Hull Box Office at £3 or it will be £4 on the door from 8PM.
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