23rd June 2017 - 25th June 2017

Knutsford Music Festival is a brand new event for 2017.

The Town Council is coordinating a weekend of music events with local businesses from 23rd to 25th June.

They have got over 40 acts confirmed to be performing in 20 venues across the weekend; from folk and acoustic to rock, blues and classical.

With one of our regular Mid Cheshire Line drivers, Dave Vaughan, singing in one of the bands.

The festival has 90s britpop stars Dodgy performing an acoustic set in St John’s Church and award winning blues artist Rebecca Downes with an intimate performance at the Brook St Club.

The organised are also pleased to advise that The Old Sessions House in Knutsford will be providing a well stocked bar at the St John’s Church and Brook St Chapel Hall gigs.

There will also be a bar at the Brook St Club run by the club itself as usual.

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