Knutsford Music Festival is just a couple of weeks away and Knutsford’s businesses are ready to welcome guests to the official fringe festival.
Many bars, pubs, cafes and more host events as part of the fringe festival, which runs alongside headline events in the three-day music festival from 10th – 12th June ensuring there is plenty happening across the weekend to suit every musical taste!
The Lost and Found have planned a jam-packed weekend with music on every day of the festival! You can enjoy music from Knutsford’s own Lucas Marks and The Glorious Unknown, followed by DJ music from Nathan Coll on Friday night from 8pm; The Hangman’s Howl and DJ Chris Bretton on Saturday from 8pm; Sunday kicks off with duo Rubber Biscuits at 2pm, then UNE’s Paul Langley will be dusting off his record collection followed by a performance from duo DOTS.
April’s Kitchen are hosting Toni James Band at 8pm on Friday, and you can also enjoy the Music Train with Nelson Peach at the Angel on King Street at the same time. A standalone event hosted by local choir Counterpoint called ‘Sing me to Heaven’ will be held at St John’s Church, also kicking off at 8pm; tickets for that event are available via linktr.ee/singmetoheaven or on the door of the event. You can also enjoy 9-piece lively Brass Monkees at The Old Sessions House on Friday from 9pm.
Saturday sees Knutsford choir’s Knutsford Beats and Knutsford Star Choir performing on Regent Street for all to enjoy from 11.30am and 1pm, followed by summery brass music from City of Chester Brass Band at 2pm. Knutsford Beats will then be heading to Knutsford Market Hall to entertain all market goers! Later in the day, as well as music at the Lost and Found, you can enjoy a performance at The Old Sessions House from David O’Connor.
The music keeps going on Sunday, with the return of the Knutsford Traditional and Folk Session at the Lord Eldon hosted by Northwich Folk Club from 2pm! You can also enjoy some wonderful summery brass music on the Moor from 1pm from Mereside Brass Band.
This year’s festival has been made possible due to very generous support from sponsors from Kids Allowed (Kids Planet), Domino’s Knutsford and Knutsford Hearing Centre. You can find out more about all of the sponsors by visiting the festival website!
The official gig guide is now available to view online and will be available around Knutsford Town Centre from w/c 23rd May. Visit the festival now to find out more about what’s on this year –