The Beutons take to the stage at the Eden Café
Cornish four-piece The Beutons will be playing a show at the Eden Café in White River Place, St. Austell on Friday October 19.
The band hail from Perranporth and have been playing together since last May.
Their sets include an eclectic mix of classic covers and upbeat originals, blending together indie, rock and roll and country, with a dash of R & B.
Influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan, The Black Keys, The Coral and The La’s, the band’s simple aim is to get girls dancing.
In-between touring the four corners of Cornwall The Beutons have been recording their first album, which is due to be released soon.
Ashley van Dyck, Eden Café Manager, said: “The Beutons are on a mission to get people on their feet and ready for the weekend, so bring along your dancing shoes and be prepared to have a good time.”
Tickets cost £5, or £4 for concessions and tickets bought at the café beforehand.
Doors open at 7pm and music starts around 8pm and goes on until late.
There will be an array of fresh, homemade food on offer until 10pm and the bar, which stocks a range of locally sourced beverages, will be open all night.
For more information on the Eden Café, go to http://www.edenproject.com/come-and-visit/whats-here/cafe-in-st-austell