Bradford Roots Music Festival 2017

Sat 14 - Sun 15 January

Join us for the fifth and fabulous Bradford Roots Festival at Wiltshire Music Centre, celebrating the very best in local musical talent with over 40 acts, plus family activities, open mic, workshops and much more, all showcased under one roof alongside local products, real ales and great food.

Featuring:

Bonfire Radicals / Effra / Phil Cooper / Anna O'Mally / Kettle of Fish / Luana Godwin / Reg and Lily Meuross / Will Lawton / Xogara / Arkansaw Jukebox Collective / Clive Collective / Cindy and Marius / Rodney Branigan

This year catering and festival food will be provided by our local partners Hartley Farm Shop and Kitchen, who will be setting up a marquee and Big Green Egg barbecues on our front lawn, and Wiltshire-based brewery Box Steam will be selling their beautifully crafted ales.

Saturday 14 January 11am-10pm

the greasy slicks

Acts performing on the opening day of the weekend include Acoustic jazz-duo Cindy Stratton & Marius Frank (who will also run a singing workshop), rock'n'roll three-piece The Greasy Slicks (pictured), The Arkansaw Jukebox Collective, performing bluegrass covers of pop classics, ceilidh with Dance Bazaar, plus Stay Hungry, Jack Cookson, Xogara and more!

Sunday 15 January 11am-4pm

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Performers on Sunday include contemporary folk band Effra, eclectic multi-instrumental six-piece Bonfire Radicals (pictured), classical soprano Luana Godwin with pianist Jules Addison, Bristol-based six-man acapella group Kettle of Fish, and Mark Green's Blues Session.

The festival supports local charities Wiltshire Young Carers, Wiltshire Music Centre and Zone Club.

Weekend pass £20 adv. (or £22 on the day) / £14 Under-18s
Saturday pass £15 adv. (or £17 on the day) / £9 Under-18s
Sunday pass £10 adv. (or £12 on the day) / £6 Under-18s

Free to Under-12s (with an adult)

Your Visit: more information about how to get here, what to expect, and how to make the most of your visit!

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