Glastonferry is a one day ticketed music festival held in Warrington at The Ferry Tavern Pub in Penketh. In it’s unique postion situated on the Trans Pennine Trail and between the River Mersey and the Sankey to St Helens canal, the event took place on Saturday the 7th September and the weather held out beautifully for this late summer’s evening.
This year saw Warrington Music Festival 2019 headliners Black Grape and the Farm, as well as 22 local bands who played in Warrington’s Old Market place last weekend. The Saturday was a ticketed event to allow for numbers, however the Sunday was simply a case of turning up. Even though the weather was not quite as scorching as last year, people still turned out to experience one of Warrington’s great music events. Continue reading
The Morecombe Carnival has grown in to a full festival weekend with lots of artisits featuring on the main stage, such as headliner Toyah, four times Brit Award nominated English musician, singer, songwriter, actress, producer and author. Also The Christians, renowned for an endless string of soulful yet socially aware hits… Forgotten Town, Ideal World, Born Again, Harvest for the World, What’s in a Word, Hooverville, Words, Father, The Bottle and many more.