Two weekends of open-air fun at Horsham Garden Music Festival

The Horsham Garden Music Festival
The Horsham Garden Music Festival
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After a hugely successful event last year the Horsham Garden Music Festival is back, promising music lovers a fabulous line-up over two weekends.

The event takes place on Saturday and Sunday, July 16-17 and July 23-24 in the Human Nature Gardens, Horsham Park.

The festival has been entertaining West Sussex since 2012 and invites amateur and semi-professional musicians to perform in an attractive open-air setting in front of audiences of up to several hundred people. This year the free weekend events start at 1pm and finish at 5pm.

The line-up

Saturday, July 16: Acoustic and folk, featuring Mailman, Josie Proto, Joe Henderson, One For The Road, Will Evans and Close Harmony, Pipe and Tabor, George Dodd and The Logical Hairs.

Sunday, July 17: Musical Medley, featuring Rough Chowder, Liberty Grant, Euphoria Steel Band, String Academy, Angel Delights, Posie, Livie and Ella, Olivia May and The Supernotes.

Saturday, July 23: Music From Stage and Screen featuring Kerry Le Bern Duo, Ed Jones, Lucie Francis, Slinfold Concert Band, Act Too Arts Academy Principals, Emilee Lucia, VMA, Anabel Mather and The Pleasure Singers.

Sunday, July 24: Rock concert featuring Rock Dogs, The Curtain Rises, Borrowed Time, The Curtain Falls, Full House, Ichiro and Solice.

People can buy refreshments, lunch and snacks from a variety of vendors. There will be activities for children as well.

Visit www.horshamgardenmusicfestival.co.uk to find out more.

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