Now in its 14th year, Bridgnorth Music and Arts Festival will once again bring talent to the town over 10 days across local various venues. The event kicks off on Friday 16 August with live music, amazing performers, art, poets, outdoor film screenings and much more.
Ronnie and his Rhythms are back for another fun and interactive drum workshop, Jen North with new original music from her new EP and Chasing August return following the success of their album Liars.
Booyaka will be closing this years’ festival on Monday 26 August with a party performance down on the Quayside.
This year’s event will feature a mini-poetry festival in partnership with Bridgnorth Library, Bridgnorth Writers Group and Poetry on Loan.
Visit bridgnorthfestival.org.uk to find out more.
The announcement that England is taking another step out of lockdown next week is welcome news for the events sector. Shropshire Festivals are now full