2021 Royston MusicFest

Royston MusicFest will go ahead in its usual ‘live’ format in 2021 with a series of FREE mini-concerts taking place in a number of venues around the centre of Royston on Sunday 26th September, with the addition of one on Saturday 25th as well. You can see the schedule to date if you click on the poster on the right hand side and the artists performing include the following:-

(Please note that any timings/venues referred to in the links below relate to appearances at previous MusicFests)

BERNARD HOSKIN
BILL TARRAN
BLACK SCARR
BOXWOOD CHESSMEN
JEREMY HARMER and JOSH LYNCH
JOE HILLMAN
JOHN MEED
KASZAK and AFIFI
KELLY and WOOLLEY
KELVIN DAVIES and GARY JONES
KNUCKLES and NAILS
SHERI KERSHAW BAND
SKY WEST
THURSDAY’S BAND

We will post on the Facebook pages for both Creative Royston and Royston MusicFest as well as this page when we have more news and provide a full schedule when all the acts are finalised. In the meantime, you can still enjoy the performances from last year’s MusicFest using the menu below.

Royston MusicFest 2020

Here is the full MusicFest concert programme for the 2020 Royston Arts Festival consisting of 9 artists specially commissioned to produce original video concerts of between approximately 30 and 60 minutes in length which will be put together as 5 separate concerts to be scheduled during the festival.
You can see some information about the artists by clicking on the links attached to their names. All the concerts will remain available on the MusicFest website for at least a while after the festival ends on 27th September.
Sunday 20th
– 8.00pm
Royston MusicFest presents:
Jeremy Harmer & The Ad Hoc Strings in Concert
Monday 21st
– 8.00pm
Royston MusicFest presents:
Kaszak & Afifi supporting Tin Giants in Concert
Wednesday 23rd
– 8.00pm
Royston MusicFest presents:
 Katie Spencer and Lizzy Hardingham in Concert.
Friday 25th
– 8.00pm
Royston MusicFest presents:
Chris Fox supporting Steve Winch & The Inception in Concert.
Saturday 26th
– 8.00pm
Royston MusicFest presents:
Black Scarr supporting Schrödinger’s Strings in Concert.
Full details of the Royston Arts Festival programme can be found on the festival website http://www.creativeroyston.org/ .
Stay well, enjoy the festival and MusicFest, and keep checking this or the festival website for the latest news.
Best wishes from Carl and all at CRMC.