St. Anne’s Music Festival In Ashton Gardens Continues Over The Holiday Weekend

A total of 44 musical acts face the St. Anne’s Music Festival in Ashton Gardens on two stages over this Bank Holiday Weekend. Local band The Coustics headline today (Saturday 26th August). A wide range of food and drink outlets will line the walkway and the fairground is back with a great selection of large attractions and family friendly rides. The event is free and organised by St Anne’s Town Council’s Community and Neighbourhood (CAN) team

Acts include:

Main Stage

Saturday: Pop and Party: Quarterlight, Under Hill Bill, Hush, Martini Blonde, The Shivers, Neon Kandi, The Coustics

Sunday: Rock: Alfie Ibbotson’s Popular Beat Combo, The Three, Ferel Roots, Fallen Halo & Rushette, Queenology (Queen tribute), Visible Touch (Genesis tribute)

Bank Holiday Monday: Retro: Drffwood, Bandit, Remix, Parka Monkeys, Made in Liverpool (Beatles tribute)

Pavilion Stage

Saturday: Upbeat Rock: Academy, Suggest, Tom & Morgan, Lost Hills, Water Diamonds, Regiment, Bear Talk, The Tenderfoot Waltz

Sunday: JR Vocal Coaching, Gemma Hart, In Good Company, Bryson, Marc Cartmell, Emma Taylor, Wolski, Kind Hearted Thieves, Vultures, Lost Dogs

Bank Holiday Monday: Adam Smith and the False Economy, Polly Mellor, Lois, Misko, Cazuals, Sweet Knuckle, Spiral Scouts. Flux

Deputy Mayor Councillor Karen Harrison and Chairperson of the CAN team and said, ‘I’m so excited about this event. Last year’s was good, but this promises to be even better. The CAN team and town council officers have worked hard to make this happen, and I hope residents and visitors will have a great time.’

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