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The Suffolk Villages Festival, based in ‘Constable Country’ on the Suffolk-Essex border, offers about ten concerts throughout the year, four at the Festival itself during the August bank holiday weekend and more in its Winter Series, from October to May. Today the Festival offers music from the middle ages to the nineteenth century, sacred and secular, vocal and instrumental; semi-staged and concert performances of early operas are a regular feature. The director of the Festival, musicologist-performer Peter Holman, plans concerts that…Find out more »
Maui Waui is back! And with new dates! 25th 26th 27th August - Bank holiday! - Please share the word and let everyone know that Maui Waui is come back bigger better and inside the summer holidays! Maui Waui is a 3 day international festival of music, performance and arts. Now in it 5th year it is fast becoming one of the area most exciting festivals, pulling in accomplished and undiscovered bands and performers from all around the globe. Maui…Find out more »
Reaper Fest III & Beer Festival & Motorcycle Show. Friday 25th August 19:00 to 23:45 Saturday 26th August 11:45 to 23:45 Early bird weekend tickets with free camping £20 each until 31st July. Standard weekend tickets with free camping £23 each from 1st August Day tickets Friday £10 each Saturday £23 each Camping £10 per pitch with either a Friday or Saturday ticket. Box office contact details are on Melbourn Rock Club website at www.melbourn-rock-club.com 12 Bands Rock DJ 2…Find out more »
Jess Glynne will be returning with her spectacular outdoor summer show to the Newmarket Racecourses next summer! First coming into the public consciousness as the vocalist on Clean Bandit’s Grammy Award winning and #1 hit ‘Rather Be’, pop sensation Jess Glynne has since become one of the biggest UK breakthrough acts of recent years. Her number-one charting debut album, ‘I Cry When I Laugh‘, has now turned triple platinum in the UK, making it the highest selling debut album of…Find out more »
Free live music event at the Kings Arms in Frating featuring eight bands over two days, including a Beer Festival and bouncy castles for the kids. Fun day out - see website for further details.Find out more »
CALLING ALL YOUNG PERFORMERS! Maui's Got Talent is an exciting new platform for young performers to showcase, develop and perform their ideas, creations and talents. We are always so impressed by the work of some of our area's youngest performers and delighted to be able to bring this new competition to Maui Waui Festival You'll get to perform on the Maui Waui main stage at the festival, the winner / winners will not only win a cash prize to put…Find out more »
Sundown Festival is celebrating its seventh outing in 2017 and it will bring three days of fantastic music to the Norfolk countryside. Formerly known as Norfolk Spectacular, Sundown will take place on 1st to 3rd September at Norfolk Showground, Costessey. There is no line-up for Sundown 2017 as yet but exciting and popular acts are sure to be announced in time. The festival has a large camp-site with everything you could need and something to suit every kind of festival…Find out more »
Back for its 7th brilliant year, the entirely free BNatural will rock Bildeston all weekend, with Don't Tell the Wife, Buzz and Amplitude kicking off the festival at The King's Head on Friday. The village square will stage its usual eclectic mix of jazz, acoustic and classical music, with a bar and a wide range of refreshments available. Several gardens are open around the village, including the popular tea garden, where a sublime selection of tea and cake accompanies yet…Find out more »
First evening of the village music festival B Natural and Backtrackin' get the festivities started from 9pm with their classic rock and vintage pop covers fronted by the tirelessly energetic Jamie - think Queen, Led Zep, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Idol, Duran Duran, The Doors, The Who, Martha and the Muffins, The Jam, Ocean Colour Scene, The Stereophonics and even the Osmonds!Find out more »
Featuring: Jackie Oats Jimmy Crowley Jim & Lynette Eldon Racker Donnelly Carol Anderson The Pigeon SwingFind out more »
Day 2 of the Village Music Festival B Natural. Free live music all day in the Kings Head Beer Garden, Amplitude 1-5pm, Don't Tell The Wife 5-6pm, Medle 6-8pm & BUZZ 9-11:30pm. The Amplitude gang (Adam's up-n-coming & young musicians) start the days live music, followed by Don't Tell The Wife's rock and pop covers, then Medle's folk/pop with BUZZ finishing off the days music with their very lively Rock n Roll...Find out more »
A family fun day out with 5 live acts: Harriet Starbuck Harry Cambridge Kate McCabe True Fable Plus death defying stunts from 'The Kangaroo Kid', pony rides, dog agility, food, surprise events and more. Come and join the fun!Find out more »
Last day of the Village Music Festival B Natural. Free live music all day in the Kings Head Beer Garden, there's an Open Mic / Buskin Session from 1pm till 5pm (performers receive a drink voucher for each three song set) followed by Litter of Kings. Justine, Peter & Jason's tight originals outfit with influences from include rock, blues, pop, indie and little dashes of punk & reggae...Find out more »
Roman River Music produces two international festivals in North Essex, and creates opportunities for over 1,000 young people to compose, perform or listen to music and get involved in the performing and visual arts. We aim to challenge, inspire and surprise audiences with magical and unique experiences in unusual and unexpected venues in Colchester and coastal Essex. We commission new work and collaborations, nurture emerging talent, and tempt internationally renowned musicians and performers to our corner of the world with the promise of appreciative…Find out more »
This year marks the 12th anniversary of Harwich International Shanty Festival. It has journeyed a long way since its small beginnings with a bunch of friends meeting up in a couple of pubs to drink good beer and sing good shanties, but we like to think that the initial idea of a cosy pub atmosphere, good friends and rousing shanties is still at the heart of all we do. Nowadays the whole town of Old Harwich resounds to the sound of Shanties and…Find out more »
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