The Square Summer Reunion is a sold out smash
Entertainment / Sun 28th Jul 2019 pm31 12:46pm
HUNDREDS flocked to The Square Summer Reunion held at Latton Park, the home of Harlow Rugby Club on Saturday night.
For many, it was just like old times, with a variety of bands on the main stage and a stage indoors as well.
Well done to Adam Smith and the team for making it such a terrific night.
YH was there and film three bands.
The Paul Howard Band
For more than eight hours, Harlow Rugby Club inflicted a horrendous barrage of noise on the residents of Great Brays. I would suggest that before the club holds any further events it looks very carefully at noise levels. Have some respect for your neighbours.
I also heard from purford green, I think it was very disrespectful to anyone who had to listen to that awful crap noise. Think about others in future Harlow Rugby Club.
A massive thanks to all the teams who helped make Saturday a great success. Over 700 people involved in enjoying an afternoon and evening of quality live music, showcasing the best of what Harlow has been missing out on since the closure of The Square. The new rugby club is a brilliant facility hosting a very wide range of events, supporting local organisations and charities - it has quickly established itself as one of the leading community venues in Harlow, for the benefit of all, young and old. The crew from the sounding and lighting company were brilliant. Along with the club manager, they were constantly monitoring sound levels, and all recordings show them to be well below what is set out in the licence, and at a suitable level for the size of the event and audience. The PA, Lighting and Staging all exceeded expectations. Saturday seemed to be the day for outdoor events, with the Queens Head in Churchgate Street also hosting an outdoor music event - luckily the weather didn't put people off, Mr Saver must have done good business selling ponchos! Everyone in attendance had a smile on their face, catching up with friends of old and experiencing the atmosphere of The Square en masse with families. Well done to YourHarlow for the coverage in advance of this event and reporting on the day.
I would suggest that for future similar events, Your Harlow doesn't need to actually go to Latton Park to hear the music - just stand in Great Brays, Purford Green or other surrounding areas. In the meantime, I am going to invest in ear defenders...
I was on stage at 7.30pm at this event and had to listen to crap up close for a full half hour! It has left me hot under the collar and slightly peeved. Can I suggest that in future the Rugby Club sticks to traditional rugby songs sung in the big hot tub thing along with that traditional song about the referee.