The St. Anne’s Music Festival, organised by St Anne’s Town Council, returns this Bank Holiday weekend, bigger and better than ever, with over forty acts rocking across two stages in the lovely setting of Ashton Gardens. The free event will run from noon to 10 p.m. on all three days – Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th and Monday 29th August – and the weather forecast predicts a warm, sunny weekend!
The main stage is housed in a 30 metre by 12 metre marquee with seating for an audience of 200 and plenty of standing room, while acts will also feature on The Pavilion Stage at the Pavilion Café in the Gardens. There will also be a fairground, including rides such as The Joker, Bumper Carz, Bungee Trampolines, Helter Skelter and many more. A wide selection of food and drink vendors will also be on site to ensure all who attend can settle in and stay for the day.
The programme for the main stage is shared below:
The programme for the Pavillion Stage is shared below:
The event will be officially opened at 11.45 a.m. on Saturday 27th August by St Anne’s Town Mayor, Karen Harrison, while the official charity for the event is Home-Start Blackpool Fylde and Wyre