Lichfield Arts Festivals
Lichfield Blues & Jazz Festival returns in May 2020.
This festival offers blues and jazz fans a varied programme of top class national musicians and excellent regional bands in our delightful Cathedral City.
This year jazz fans can enjoy music from Some Kinda Wonderful with Noel McCalia & Derek Nash, Dennis Rollins with the Nick Dewhurst Band, Walsall Jazz Orchestra, The Tommaso Starace Quartet, Brass Monkeys, The Ben Holder Band, The Apex Jazz & Swing Band and many more to be announced.
Blues fans can enjoy the popular and distinctive blues of The Rebecca Downes Band, The Emma Johnson Band, Georgia Van Etten, Steve Ajao, The Whiskey Brothers and The Alfi Romeo Band.
Main venues for the festival will be Lichfield Guildhall and the Cathedral Hotel. So come along for the whole weekend, a day or a single concert. Simply relax and enjoy!
Lichfield Arts ran the first Fuse Festival in Beacon Park back in 2001 with the aim of providing live music and activities in a free setting that would be accessible to all, so we are celebrating our 19th year this year!
Fuse has grown beyond its humble beginnings into one of the largest free community events of its kind in Staffordshire and the West Midlands, attracting around 18,000 visitors in 2018.
Although so much has changed, the core values and objective remain the same – the Lichfield Arts Fuse team continues to work hard to provide an opportunity for everyone to access a wide variety of live music and the arts. Despite funding pressures, Fuse remains a free entry event, something the team remain immensely proud of.
L2F – The Lichfield Festival of Folk October 16th – 18th 2020
Lichfield Festival of Folk will be back again in October. Planning is at the early stages but you can be sure we will put on one heck of a weekend of new and established artists from across the folk world along with lots of other events including an Arts and Heritage procession, dancing in the streets and more!