A three-day music festival celebrating the best of Cheshire talent! The festival includes two nights of extraordinary folk music presented by BBC Radio host Mark Radcliffe, as well as the hugely popular outdoor session Music on the Moor on 14th August, plus loads of fringe festival events all weekend.
As part of the popular festival, family favourite Music on the Moor will return on Saturday 14th August. The event takes place on the Moor in Knutsford, near the King Street car park. The event is free for all to attend and will include entertainment for all ages.
Eight local artists will entertain festival goers during the event playing a variety of acoustic music on the ‘Moor Stage‘ which runs throughout the event from 12-4pm.
As well as live music, the popular African Drumming Workshop ‘Drumroots’ will return to the event to offer drumming workshop sessions which are open to all ages. The workshop has featured at previous events and proved to be a hit for both children and adults. The workshops will be 20 minute sessions to allow a larger number of people to enjoy the drumming. Balloon modelling will also be on offer for children to create their favourite animals and characters. Covid-19 preventative measures including cleansing of equipment will be in place.
Event goers will also be able to enjoy fresh food and drink from local traders, including popular local coffee van Tatton Perk, as well as street food options. Event attendees are encouraged to bring their picnic blankets and make an afternoon out of it!
The wider festival weekend takes place from 13th – 15th August including headline events and fringe festival, which are smaller events hosted by local businesses featuring live music.
You can find out more about who will be performing at the event, as well as more information regarding the festival including purchasing tickets, by visiting www.knutsfordmusicfestival.com
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