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


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


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

the sleaze brothers
saturday 3rd september 2022
lichfield guildhall

With a repertoire of classic rock, blues and soul and a stage presence honed from more than thirty years of playing together, this will be a night to remember.

Ricky Cool and the in crowd
Friday 9th September 2022
lichfield guildhall

There music is timeless and enjoyed by young and old alike. The enjoyment they have on stage rubs off on the audience and a great time is had by one and all.

Nick Heyward
Friday 16th September 2022
lichfield guildhall

Nick Heyward is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist. He came to international attention in the early 1980s as the lead singer and songwriter for  Haircut One Hundred.

The Robson/Levy Quartet
Wednesday 21st September 2022
The Cathedral Hotel

The Robson/Levy Quartet was formed in New York City in 2018 to perform the original compositions of the co-leaders in equal measure. 

The Elvis Experience
Sunday 25th September 2022
lichfield guildhall

The Elvis Experience includes all the hits of Elvis Presley from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Mark Green and The Dixie Rock n’ Roll band brings the magic of The King to the Guildhall.

Kate Bush Songbook
Friday 14th October 2022
lichfield guildhall

With material from across Kate’s 40 year career, don’t miss your chance to join us for a magical evening in appreciation of ‘this woman’s work’.

The Little Unsaid
sunday 23rd October 2022
The hub at st mary’s

The Little Unsaid is a musical vehicle for the diverse music of songwriter and band leader John Elliott, and have built up a solid following and glowing reviews.

saturday 5th november 2022
The hub at st mary’s

Ezio have toured and performed around the globe gaining a reputation for dynamic and exciting performances delivered with energy, humour and emotional beauty.

andy bennett
saturday 12th NOVEMBER 2022
the hub at st mary’s

Andy Bennett is a singer songwriter best known for his work with Ocean Colour Scene. Join Andy as he embarks on a not to be missed solo show!

fred zeppelin
Friday 25th November 2022
lichfield guildhall

According to one of Kerrangs readers polls Fred Zeppelin are among the top ten best live bands to see. Fred Zeppelin are real fans and formed out of their love of Led Zeppelin’s music .

kris drever
saturday 26th NOVEMBER 2022
lichfield guildhall

Kris Drever is a Scottish folk singer and songwriter, who’s voice and guitar form a part of the backbone of today’s contemporary roots and folk scene.

Tony christie & ranagri
saturday 10th DECEMBER 2022
lichfield guildhall

Tony Christie has international fame with hits like ( Is This The Way To) Amarillo. Ranagri  combine Voices, Guitar, Flutes, Whistles, Harp, Bodhrán/Drums. 

seth lakeman
sunday 11th DECEMBER 2022
lichfield guildhall

Inspiration for the songs on Seth Lakemans 11th studio album came from a range of subjects – from the environment to love, death and self-belief. 

volunteer at our concerts and festivals

Join our team! Volunteering with Lichfield Arts is a great way to meet new friends, enjoy being part of an enthusiastic, diverse team of volunteers and to 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 of Lichfield Arts is the ideal way to support the organisation financially in these challenging and uncertain times, and is your opportunity to be involved, enjoy benefits of membership and have a say in how the organisation is run.