A SOCIETY which organises electronic keyboard performers to come to the town has reassured concert-goers that they will still be able to get tickets on the day after it announced it is moving venues.

For almost 22 years the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society (WEOS) has been based in the village, hosting its concerts at the Fairground Hall, but now it is relocating to the White Hart Hotel, in Bridge Street, Andover. 

While the society’s name remains unchanged, it will operate under the title Music at HeART.

The first concert at the new location will welcome Tony Stace from Northallerton, making his eighth appearance for the club on Thursday, April 18.

The concert starts at 7.30pm, with the doors to the concert room opening at 7pm.

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Following the announcement, the club is reassuring people who wish to attend that they will still be able to buy tickets on the door, on the night.

A spokesperson said: “The concert promoters wish to reassure anyone wishing to attend this concert that tickets will be available at the door of the Concert Room on the night (from 7pm.), although advance booking, if possible, is always recommended.”

Admission is by ticket only, available in advance from The White Hart at £8 (inclusive of interval refreshments) or on the door, on the night. 

For more information about Tony, go to tonystace.co.uk, and for more about the club, visit weyhill-eos.co.uk or by phoning 01264 323213.