BLUES fans are in for a real treat next month at Knutsford Music Festival. The popular Friday Night Blues event is returning to the festival after two successful years.
It will be held for the first time at St John’s Church, on Friday, June 21, after being staged at the Brook Street Club for the past two years.
Michael Roach will be headlining the evening, performing alongside his daughter Sadie.
FANS of The Levellers, Oysterband and The Wonder Stuff are in for a treat, with Dan Donnelly announced as the main headliner for the 2019 Knutsford Music Festival.
Dan has toured extensively and become a summer music festival favourite, performing at the Glastonbury and Beautiful Days festivals and a variety of other festivals across the UK and Europe recently.
ALL girl string crossover group String Infusion are promising a memorial performance as the headliners for the classical evening at this summer’s Knutsford Music Festival.
The music festival is returning from June 20 to 23, and the Classical Evening has been a popular event at the festival since its launch in 2017.
Knutsford Music Festival is back for 2019 with the Saturday night headline event taking place at a new and exciting Town Centre venue!
The festival is set to run across four days from 20 – 23 June with headline events curated by Knutsford Town Council and a selection of fringe events hosted by local businesses across town.
THE successful three-day folk event ‘Folk at the Theatre’ is set to return to Knutsford Music Festival in 2019 for its second run.
Broadcaster Mark Radcliffe teamed up with Knutsford Town Council last year to deliver a ‘new to 2018’ three-day folk event as part of Knutsford Music Festival, which the town council is pleased to announce will be returning this year.
A TRIBUTE act, buskers and children’s performances are some of the new features proposed for next year’s Knutsford Music Festival.
The festival is due to take place from June 20 to 23, with three headline events organised and curated by Knutsford Town Council across the three days of the festival.
MONTHS of preparation, glorious sunshine and the support of a BBC broadcaster helped make Knutsford Music Festival a major success at the weekend.
Knutsford Town Council hosted the event for the second year with more than 40 events in 18 venues.
KNUTSFORD Music Festival will be keeping fans refreshed this year with an official beer called Ale on a G String.
Organisers from Knutsford Town Council launched a competition for festival goers to name the zesty summer ale with a biscuity malt base which is being made exclusively for the event by Tatton Brewery.
KNUTSFORD Music Festival has won praise from blues performers Mat Walklate and Tom Attah, who say being booked for the festival is the highlight of their career.
The festival returns for its second year from June 22 to 24, and will see more than 40 events take place at venues around the town centre, including churches, shops, pubs and restaurants.