Helping to keep the party going through longest day

Rock reggae act Yes Sir Boss.

Rock reggae act Yes Sir Boss.

First published in Entertainments

HOT Sloshi returns to the Arts Centre for a Summer Solstice Sunshine Party promising plenty of high quality live music.

Formed originally from the Solabeat Alliance collective in early 2000, Hot Sloshi has now put on shows round the world.

Returning on the evening of the solstice will enable anyone who visited Stonehenge in the early hours to continue the party on the longest day of the year (Saturday, June 21).

Yes Sir Boss will play their own special blend of rock reggae with a twist of tango and supergroup Pama International bring their mix of soul injected live reggae and ska to Salisbury.

The group features members of Madness, The Specials, Galliano, Bently Rhythm Ace, Steel Puls, Style Council and Pop will Eat Itself.

Following appearance at festivals such as Bestival and Womad, Pama promises plenty of energy and rhythm to help celebrate the longest day of the year in style. Hard-Fi tour DJ Wrongtom completes the line-up to ensure a party atmosphere long into the night.

Tickets are available for £12.50 in advance and can be purchased from the Arts Centre's box office.

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