Make a weekend of it and book camping

The Bridgnorth Music and Arts Festival campsite at the Edgar Davies Rugby Ground in Low Town is open from Saturday 27th August for 2 nights for those who want to enjoy the full festival experience. As always, all festival events are free! The site is a 5 minute walk from pubs, restaurants and shops. Small…

Edgar Davies Ground Rock Stage on Saturday August 27th

This year’s show is 10 hours of great non-stop Rock Music all under cover in a giant marquee. This year we have tried to cover many different types of rock music and there will be something to suit everybody. There is a real family oriented atmosphere, same as the rest of the festival. Food and…

Battle of the Bands Registration 2016

Following the success of local band ‘Drought on Mars’ opening the festival’s High Street stage in 2015, festival organisers have decided to give other up and coming bands a stage. The Bridgnorth Festival Battle of the Bands competition will run during the first week of the festival with winners being given the opening slot at…

Tribute Party at the Meadow advance booking

We’re back for Tribute Party in 2016 and this time with Tribute Party at the Meadow at Bridgnorth Town Football Club. Please note – Advance booking is closed now, hope you can make it down Saturday! £10 on the gate, accompanied under 13s free so a great value day out. If you’ve pre-booked tickets or…

EDG Sun Fest on Sunday May 1st

We’re back with EDG Sun Fest on Sunday May 1st with another fantastic music line up. Advance booking closed now, it’ll be £5 on the gate on the day, accompanied under 13’s free. If you bought advance tickets please make sure that you print out your receipt and bring it along on the day, we’ll…

The Friars – Town Hall Films

It’s all well and good putting films on in a lovely public space like the underneath of the town hall but where is everyone going to sit? It’s one thing asking people to come out and be in the cold for hours on end, its quite another to ask them to stand for the experience.…

Majestic Cinema – Town Hall Films

Volunteers from the Bridgnorth Music & Arts Festival generously donated their own personal equipment for the free outdoor cinema event ‘Town Hall Films’ on the 21st December 2015, such as the projector and the P.A. but we were short of a screen. Lot’s of ideas were banded around for this one but there is no…

Bridgnorth Print – Town Hall Films

Keeping it Legal… There is no denying it, sometimes what you really need for an event like the ‘Town Hall Films’ is cash! The two films that were shown, Arthur Christmas and the Muppets Christmas Carol took hundreds of people to make. Rightly so, they would like some money if you want to show it…

Addheat Midlands and Town Hall Films

Count Us In! December the 21st 2015 under Bridgnorth’s Town Hall was the inaugural Music & Arts Festival ‘Town Hall Films’ event. It is safe to say, it went with a bang, with the whole community getting behind the event including the Bridgnorth Journal, the Shropshire Star, BBC Radio Shropshire and even BBC Midlands Today!…

Town Hall Films interview on BBC Radio Shropshire

Jim Hawkins from BBC Radio Shropshire interviews Bridgnorth Music and Arts Festival Volunteer Westley Bone about putting a Free outdoor cinema under Bridgnorth Town Hall. Talks about working with the Majestic Cinema in Bridgnorth and Bridgnorth Town Council.