Tickets on sale for Knutsford Music Festival 2020

Mar 04, 2020 by Music Fest HQ in  News

Tickets are now available for the 2020 Knutsford Music Festival!

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.

Events now on sale include the popular Folk at the Theatre nights curated by BBC Radio presenter Mark Radcliffe, including the special headline night featuring the sensational Kate Rusby, supported by Young Folk Award Nominee Amelia Coburn. This event will be held at St John’s Church in Knutsford with a larger capacity, though tickets are still limited and should be purchased soon to avoid disappointment.

There are two other incredible nights for folk fans on offer as the festival welcomes the incredible Zervas and Pepper with special guests The Dorman Long to Knutsford Little Theatre for a night of harmony on Friday 12th June. The Breath featuring Folk Singer of the Year Riognach Connolly will perform supported by our very own Sam Lyon on Sunday 14th June; both nights will take place at Knutsford Little Theatre, the original home of Folk at the Theatre. Tickets to all three folk nights are £15 for general admission and £10 for children under 16 (must be accompanied by 18+).

An exciting new Battle of the Bands competition will take place on Saturday 13th June at The Legh Arms. This offers a platform for young local bands to perform in the festival, and offers them a chance to compete for a coveted prize of a 2-day recording session at Edge Recording Studio. Cheshire’s Silk 106.9 will be hosting this event in partnership with Knutsford Music Festival. Tickets for this event are just £10 general admission and £6 for children under 16 (must be accompanied by 18+).

The festival has also teamed up with local primary schools and youth musical organisations to put on an event called The Big Little Session. This will take place at Bexton Primary School and feature school choirs, youth orchestras and young musicians in a night celebrating young musicians in Knutsford and Cheshire. Tickets for this are only £5 general admission and £2 for children aged 5-15 (under 5’s go free).

Alex Brown, Events Officer at Knutsford Town Council, said: “Tickets are now on sale for our fourth music festival. We are really proud of the line up that we’re offering this year and we’re confident that this will be the best music festival yet!

Early bird tickets to see Kate Rusby sold out in 20 minutes, so anyone wishing to purchase tickets to any of the events should grab them while they’re still available as they’re selling out really fast! We’d like to thank everyone for their support for our community music festival!”

A full list of events with tickets available to purchase for are listed on the music festival website You can also find more info by also following the festival on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with news and announcements. For more info about tickets email

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