Community Fireworks Display Returns to Stanley Dedicated to NHS and Key Workers

Posted on November 2nd 2021 by Whats on Northeast

The event provides an evening of entertainment for all the family, with food and refreshment stalls including a licensed bar, children’s rides and live music from the fantastic Unstoppable UK’s, Jessie Dale, Jamie Lee Harrison and Channy.

Entertaining the crowd ready for the fireworks display will be UK Pop Songstress Channy who is proving increasingly popular on the festival circuit, with powerful vocals striking a chord within the music scene.  Her commercial, energetic vibe has landed her some impressive support slots for artists such as Jess Glynne, Sigala, Olly Murs, Nathan Sykes, Scouting for Girls, Tulisa and many more.

As an independent artist Channy has hit the spotlight on some of the UK’s most established stages, performing at Metro Radio Arena, Bents Park, O2 Arena London, headlined her own sold-out show at the O2 Academy Newcastle’s mainstage, as well as sold out UK tour; and during the 2020 pandemic Channy featured on the line up of Klub Kids Summer Mania festival alongside Atomic Kitten.

Channy, said: “After the tough two years the arts & events industry has had I’m so grateful to be given the opportunity to perform at Stanley Fireworks. Performing there in the past has been a highlight as the crowd creates an electric atmosphere and the event is always thoroughly enjoyed by all. After the recent release of my new single ‘I Don’t Care’, I’m buzzing to be able to perform it live for the first time in front of the huge crowd at Stanley.”

Stanley Fireworks is supported by funding from Stanley Town Council and Stanley Events. Entry to the event is free. The event takes place on Saturday 6th November 2021 at Oakies Park, Stanley and starts at 5pm with the display beginning at 7pm.

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