Hey! Good to see you. Thanks for taking the time to have a peak at our fancy new website(well we think its pretty fancy anyway)! For 2019 we have made it even easier to check out all our news and stories by including them here in one place, but in case you have missed anything recently here’s a little recap…

You can grab your tickets for PIMJAM Festival 2019 now by heading over to https://www.haverhillartscentre.co.uk/performance/pimjam-2019/ it’s going to be exciting. We are holding the event over two days this year, with a Friday evening warm-up show before the main event kicks off at noon on the following day. Make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Band submissions for PIMJAM Festival 2019 are now live! If you want to play or know someone who might please get in touch and complete the band submission form and hold 27th July in your diary it is gonna be BIG!

As always we are constantly looking for ways to raise money, to put on a massive festival for the local community and of course donate much needed cash to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service. If you think you can help in anyway by volunteering, fundraising on our behalf or want to share some ideas please get in touch by simply commenting on this post… it couldn’t be easier right 😉

So whilst you flood our stream with all your ideas, and bombard us with those band submissions we will get on with things behind the scenes… keep your eyes peeled for more news soon!!


March 2019 Fundraiser

Our Latest fundraiser on 9 March at Haverhill Arts Centre featured a host of talented artists, from the Haverhill based Jasmine Faye; Shannon Elsden & band; Moody Swing Things; and Saving Scarlett to Norwich crowd pleasers Young States.

The evening kicked off with Jasmine Faye who is slowly building a repertoire of catchy original songs and covers from the likes of Paulo Nutini, the crowd were in awe of Jasmines vocal abilities and command of the stage. Quickly followed by Shannon Elsden and band who introduced a new guitarist for a crowd pleasing performance of songs both old and new.

Experienced musicians Moody Swing things to showcase their fuzzed-up tunes and twisted humorous lyrics. Young states were the penultimate performer of the night and did not disappoint with a strong display of their talent.

Saving Scarlett rounded off the evening with a rare performance of their full debut album ‘hourglass’ a heady mix of punchy riffs, melodic tones and powerful vocals. Their choice of punk rock covers flowed effortlessly with the rest of the set.