Motorfest 2021 will be held at beautiful Chetwynd Deer Park, on Father’s Day (20th June) and will play host to large number of fantastic classic cars, music, great food, kids’ entertainment and shopping stalls.
Come and join us for live music featuring classic sounds from the 1940s to 2000s, fair side stalls and lots of food and drink options (including pizza, burgers, Indian street food, Ice cream and a full bar for those not driving!).
Dubbed ‘the best thing since The Andrews Sisters’, The Bluebird Belles are a professional 1940s & Vintage vocal harmony trio from the West Midlands, specialising in retro sounds from the 1920s right up to the present day.
Festival at the Edge is the oldest storytelling festival in England and has something for everyone.
A weekend of fantastic storytelling, tall tales, terrific tellers, music and more… surrounded by breathtaking views of Hopton Cour, and the Cleobury Mortimer countryside.
A packed programme of events tailored for all age groups, over a weekend that is unique in the festival calendar.
It’s not just stories though. There’s a CAMRA beer tent, craft stalls, fantastic food, and camping.
Learn more at https://www.festivalattheedge.org/
An uplifting program to celebrate coming together again to sing works of the masters. Orchestra and soloists support Cantata, led by Anthony Coupe, in one of the first choral concerts to be performed in the town since lifting of lockdown 2021. Audience members are asked that they have been double jabbed or have had a negative lateral flow test in the previous 48 hours. This also applies to all performers.
Shropshire Theatre Organ Trust event: 4 Organists play Wurlitzer Theatre Organ at The Buttermarket in Shrewsbury: Alec Walters, David Ivory, David Lobban & Cameron Lloyd. Doors Open 1.30pm. Raffle – Refreshments available. Concert subject to the government’s roadmap and any Covid-19 restrictions which may still be in place. Facebook: shropshireTOT/
One of the country’s leading folk festivals – the most fun you can have during August Bank Holiday weekend!
The 2021 Shrewsbury Folk Festival takes place from August 27 to 30. Four days packed with fantastic music and much more on a riverside site in the heart of Shrewsbury.
See latest information at www.shrewsburyfolkfestival.co.uk