Quorn – a little village near Loughborough, was our choice of destination recently.
A huge Marquee in the Playing fields of Loughborough Grammar School, which had the capacity to seat 500 guests, a huge dance floor, and stage.
The event was a charity known as ‘Robbie’s Ball’
Robbie’s Rugby Festival is an exciting charity event that raises life changing funds for The Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust and The Jake McCarthy Foundation. This year celebrating its 10 year anniversary, the event has become a permanent fixture in the calendar for so many. Curated by a group of old school friends back in 2009 as an old boys reunion match, RRF is now the largest 10s rugby tournament in the Midlands attracting 30 teams and on average two thousand spectators.
The vision for Robbie’s Rugby Festival is to create an atmospheric, unforgettable, inspiring event that leaves a legacy to be remembered by uniting local communities, businesses, and teams from across the country.
Mixed Feelings were honoured to have been invited to play and perform at this exciting event.
With 500 people in attendance, the dance floor was absolutely rammed from start to finish.
Mixed Feeling produced a fantastic 100 minute set, followed by our resident DJ who took the party in to the early hours of Sunday morning.
A real pleasure to be asked to do it, and let’s hope we get asked again.
Thank You ‘Robbie’s Ball’, and let’s hope we see you all again next year!
Mixed Feelings x