Sponsor Knutsford Music Festival 2021

Jan 04, 2021 by Music Fest HQ in  News

Knutsford Music Festival is set to return for its fourth year in 2021 from 11th – 13th June.

The festival was due to host its fourth year in 2020 but was sadly cancelled due to the pandemic, however plans to bring the festival back in 2021 are now underway.

Festival organisers are inviting interested parties to get in touch with a view to sponsoring the 2021 event. Sponsors can expect to receive exposure through advertisement space, featured branding, photo and PR opportunities, banner visibility at the festival and even free tickets to festival events!

Anyone who wants to find out more information can view the full 2021 sponsor pack on our sponsors page here.

For more information get in touch with the team at info@knutsfordmusicfestival.com or call 01565 653 929.

Knutsford Music Festival 2020 Postponed

Apr 29, 2020

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.

String Infusion to headline Classical Evening

Apr 09, 2019

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.

Update re: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and 2020 Music Festival

Mar 18, 2020

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.