Knutsford Town Council has continually monitored the latest government advice concerning the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the evolving social distancing advice designed to limit the spread of the virus. Our priority is always public health and we strive to make responsible decisions when planning events to protect the public, our volunteers and our staff.
The Events and Town Centre Management Committee met on 26th May to review the latest guidance with respect holding the Knutsford Music Festival in September. With huge regret the decision was taken that it would not be sensible to attempt to hold the event and as such there will be no Knutsford Music Festival 2020. Knutsford Town Council prioritises the health and safety of our residents and we do not feel that continuing with a large-scale event at this time is the best way to do this.
Knutsford Town Council is continually monitoring the latest government advice concerning the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the latest social distancing advice to limit the spread of the virus.
We are closely monitoring government advice day-by-day and will continue to follow guidelines, including postponing and cancelling events where this becomes necessary. We will always prioritise public health and make responsible decisions when planning events to protect the public, our volunteers and staff.
Knutsford Town Council is continually monitoring the latest government advice concerning the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and following yesterday’s (16th March 2020) announcement by the Prime Minister recommending the public avoid social gatherings to limit the spread of the virus, the council is assessing its events programme.
We are closely monitoring government advice day by day and will continue to follow recommended guidelines, including postponing and cancelling events where necessary. We will prioritise public health and make responsible decisions when planning events to protect the general public, our volunteers and staff.
Tickets are now available for the 2020 Knutsford Music Festival and
Early bird tickets are available for a limited time only and can be purchased for any of the headline events at the festival. A limited number of early bird tickets have been released and once gone general admission tickets will be released for sale.
The jewel of Knutsford Music Festival is set to shine with three nights of fantastic folk being the centre of this year’s festival line-up.
BBC Radio 2 and 6 presenter and Knutsford local Mark Radcliffe has teamed up with Knutsford Town Council for the third year to organise three more incredible nights featuring the cream of the crop of the British folk scene.
Music fans are in for a treat with Knutsford Music Festival promising its best line up yet as it returns for its fourth year his summer. The festival takes place from Friday to Sunday on the 12th – 14th June 2020.
Festival favourites Music on the Moor and Folk at the Theatre are returning as the main focus of this year’s festival weekend as well as some exciting new events which offer more opportunities than ever for local musicians to perform.
Music filled the town at the weekend as dozens of performers provided top quality entertainment in the third annual Knutsford Music Festival.
The festival was organised by Knutsford Town Council, and has been hailed a great success by residents and visitors alike.
With Knutsford Music Festival just around the corner it is now time to meet the artists who will be hoping to make this year’s event the best yet.
Knutsford Music Festival will see 44 performers in more than 20 locations including town centre shops, restaurants, pubs and churches this weekend.
FESTIVAL organisers are bringing more musicians than ever to the streets of Knutsford this month.
Knutsford Music festival returns from June 20 to 23, and festival goers can catch 44 performers across the weekend, with events in more than 20 locations across the town, including shops, bars and restaurants, Knutsford Library, The Moor and Regent Street.
Support from Knutsford businesses is proving music to the ears of festival organisers.
Knutsford Music Festival has grown from three days to four in 2019, running from June 20 to 23 with more than 40 performers across more than 20 locations in the town.