The 18th community-led summer music event, the Bures Music Festival, takes place in the picturesque village of Bures on the Essex & Suffolk Borders from Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th July 2015.
The festival sees acts from all genres, from rock to blues, pop to choral, and jazz to ska, with all proceeds going to local charities and has awarded almost £170,000 since 1997.
Camping and parking are still free and all bands will perform in the new Big Top.
Thursday: Jazznights presents Tina May, Derek Nash and Larraine Odell - all with The Jazznights Trio Jazznights in St. Mary's Church. Doors open 6.30pm
Friday: Blues Night with Jo Harman & Company, Marcus Bonfanti, Space Eagle. Two highly acclaimed British Blues Awards winners and their bands share Friday’s spotlight. 6.30pm-11.00pm
Saturday: BeeGee's tribute Jive Talkin’, Prince tribute Purple Rain, Ashton Jones and Innerheart, Loose Joints, Loxley’s Corner, Stretch Soul Gang, Kordula. Authentic Bee Gees and Prince shows complete a day of local acts. 12.00pm-11.00pm
Sunday: The Stones, The Essex Blues Brothers, The Kubricks, Robbie Gladwell Band, Creme de Chevre, Bijoux Toots, B-fest winner 2015. ¨The Rolling Stones homage plus 8-piece soul act promise a riotous festival finale. 12.00pm-9.00pm
Plus B-Fest Showcase for local young musicians in the Big Top, and on Wednesday Kelvedon Singers chamber choir perform an emotive recital in St. Mary’s Church. Doors open 7.15pm
Tickets are priced at £40 for an adult 5 day pass, £25 for teens (aged 12-17 years), and children aged 11 years and under £2. .A family ticket is priced at £110. Tickets also available for individual events.
Free camping is available if booked in advance.
The Bures Music Festival is a not-for-profit event, with all proceeds going to local charities.
More information will be here when available.
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