Over 40 acts have been confirmed as part of the inaugural Knutsford Music Festival with over 20 venues hosting events across the weekend of 23rd, 24th and 25th June. The complete gig guide to the events is hitting the streets this week.
“We’ve been delighted with the reception from local businesses to the town’s first music festival” said Town Clerk, Adam Keppel-Garner. “They’ve gone out and booked some great acts for the festival, visitors will be spoiled for choice and it is great to think this is just our first year of the event”
Confirmed to be performing at the festival include the K-Town Beer Band (Friday, Lord Eldon) performing a unique brew of Celtic folk, country and bluegrass with 80’s pop classics and Being Buble (Saturday, the Angel) with his uncanny voice and buble-esque moves.
Tickets for the three events organised by the Town Council are currently on sale.
On Friday the Town Council has booked award winning blues artist Rebecca Downes to headline an intimate night of blues in the Brook St Club. Saturday sees britpop stars Dodgy headline an evening in St Johns Church and on Sunday the Unitarian Hall hosts an evening of classical music with Adrian Lord, Fiddlesticks and the Catenian Male Voice Choir. Tickets can be bought at www.knutsfordtowncouncil.gov.uk/musicfestival.
For more information on the events check out the gig guide (available from town centre businesses and online) or click here.