To all Lichfield Arts volunteers, sponsors, supporters and audiences
We hope that you, your family and friends are staying well and keeping safe in these extremely difficult and challenging times. In circumstances like this, our reliance on music and song to lift our spirits and bring us together is all the more apparent.
We want to be ready to bring you live music as soon as we can after restrictions are lifted, because we appreciate the significance to the health, wellbeing and spirit of our community that our events have. So we're meeting regularly to review our options and make contingency plans while complying with Government and NHS guidelines on ensuring everyone's health and safety.
You'll have seen that we've postponed The West Coast Eagles and King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys until September. We've also postponed May's Blues and Jazz Festival and are constantly monitoring official announcements to decide whether/how we can run July's Fuse and October 's L2F Festivals. Hopefully things will be clearer later this month.
For the latest news please check this website and our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts:
As a charity, we're extremely grateful for your support and goodwill, which keeps us going. So we'll try to thank you by using our social media to give you music we like and artists we've booked – and if you can support them by buying music or merchandise, that would be brilliant.
Also, if you see anything you think our Lichfield Arts community would enjoy, let us know and we'll try to share it.
In the meantime, look after yourselves and stay safe.
Lichfield Arts Presents...
The West Coast Eagles | Fri 11 Sep 2020 | Lichfield Guildhall
(rescheduled from 24th April) The music of the Eagles is timeless and has influenced many artists over the past 45 years. The band have always encapsulated pop, rock, country and a style all of their own layered with superb harmonies and blistering musicianship. To contemplate a tribute show to a band of this calibre and with such a legacy of songs is a daunting task indeed, yet this is exactly what ‘West Coast Eagles’ have done. Read more
Coming up soon
Fri 02 Oct 2020
Ricky Cool and The inn Crowd rekindle the atmosphere of a typical night at the Flamingo Club in Soho, one of the most iconic music venues of the 1960s. Their infectious fusion of American and Jamaican grooves will have your feet itching to dance. Couple this with their immaculate presentation and you will truly have a night to savour. Read more
Sat 05 Dec 2020
Roxy Magic recreate entirely live material that spans four decades, from futurist/nostalgic art rock, through to classic standards to sophisticated adult-oriented rock. Read more