Our Concerts

Experience the excitement of live performance with Lichfield Arts. With a diverse offering of professional artists across many genres, our concerts in the heart of Lichfield are a great way to enjoy the best in live performance.

Concerts & Tickets FAQ

Tickets:

Where are my tickets?

Although Lichfield Arts is investigating E-Tickets, for the moment printed tickets are used and will be posted to customers within a few days of purchase. Tickets are distributed by our volunteers, within five days of purchase in most cases. Customers will receive a Lichfield Arts email confirmation at the time of the tickets being processed and distributed.

Tickets purchased four days or less from the date of performance will be held on the door for collection, in which case customers can collect their tickets by giving their name to the front of house volunteers when they arrive for the performance.

If you require further information or ticket sales support please contact us via: info@lichfieldarts.org.uk

Concerts:

What time can I enter the venue?

Unless stated otherwise, all concerts at the Guildhall, Wade Street Church and Hub at St Mary’s will open around 7.15pm for an 8.00pm start.  Jazz concerts at Cathedral Hotel will open around 7.00pm for a 7.45pm start.

Are my tickets allocated to a seat?

No – unless otherwise stated, all concerts are seated, although seating is unallocated and customers can sit where they wish for the performance.

Is there a bar at the concert?

There is a licensed bar in the main hall of the Guildhall run by Lichfield Arts. The Cathedral Hotel and Hub at St Mary’s provide bars for our concerts run by the venue.

Concerts at Wade Street Church often run without a bar, although in such a case this will be stated on the concert page of the website and customers will be allowed to bring their own alcohol should they wish.

Do Lichfield Arts concerts provide disabled access?

In the Guildhall there is a lift from the ground floor (street level) to the first floor, where the main hall is located and the performance will take place. The lift can be found at the end of the ground floor corridor. There is also a disabled toilet on the ground floor near to the lift.

The Hub at St Mary’s can be accessed by lift located next to the library entrance. Toilets are wheelchair accessible.

Where is the venue?

Lichfield Guildhall is located on Bore Street, Lichfield WS13 6LU

the Hub at St Mary’s, St Mary’s Church, Market Street, Lichfield, WS13 6LG

Cathedral Hotel, 62 Beacon Street, Lichfield, WS13 7AR

Wade Street Church, Wade Street, Lichfield, WS13 6HL

If you require further information please contact us via: info@lichfieldarts.org.uk

Kyla Brox
saturday 12TH february 2022
guildhall

Daughter of cult blues figure, Victor Brox, the Mancunian vocalist is widely regarded as one of the very best soul-blues singers the British Isles has ever produced.

Mark Lockheart
Wednesday 16TH february 2022
cathedral hotel

This brand-new group explores urgent, exciting grooves and improvising all cleverly crafted together within Lockheart’s unique but memorable tunes.

remi harris
wednesday 16TH March 2022
cathedral hotel

Remi will be playing a variety of acoustic and electric guitars and will be joined by Tom Moore on double and electric bass and Shane Dixon on drums.

Steve Knightley
saturday 19TH March 2022
Shenstone Parish Hall

Steve is a multi-award-winning singer-songwriter/musician and founder member of folk/acoustic roots trail-blazers ‘Show of Hands’. Support by Wildfire Folk.

Gordon Giltrap
saturday 9TH april 2022
guildhall

Guaranteed to enthrall guitar aficionados, acoustic enthusiasts and music lovers in general, don’t miss the chance to see one of the UK’s most influential guitarists in action.

Rosie Tee
saturday 30th april 2022
sandfields pumping station

Rosie Tee brings a unique and atmospheric blend of electronica, psych and avant-pop to the industrial backdrop of the Sandfield Pumping Station in Lichfield.

Karen Pfeiffer and Paul Walker
saturday 21st may 2022
sandfields pumping station

A dynamic duo acclaimed for their image provoking songwriting, expressive vocals and authentic musicianship, performing in a unique industrial setting.

volunteer at our concerts and festivals

Volunteering is a great way to meet new friends, enjoy being part of an enthusiastic, diverse team of volunteers and learn new skills, while helping Lichfield Arts keep music and the arts live in Lichfield. 

Enjoy 10% discount on concerts by becoming a member

Becoming a Member is the ideal way to support Lichfield Arts financially in these challenging times, and is your opportunity to be involved and have a say in how the organisation is run.

Our raffle prizes

We are delighted to announce that Stuart Sampson, who is part of our lighting team and a very talented local artist, has donated some of his unique artwork to Lichfield Arts for our raffles at upcoming concerts. These high quality, original and completely unique paintings depict our events and are absolutely stunning.

We are extremely grateful for Stuarts generosity in donating these beautiful paintings to Lichfield Arts. To be in with a chance to win one, please make sure you buy a raffle ticket at our upcoming concerts.