Latest News: Worcester Music Festival 2014 dates are 29th to 31st August 2014
Latest News: Naked Band Calendar now on sale online...
Thousands raised for our charities
We're ecstatic to announce that WMF 2013 raised a whopping £5,462 to be split between our chosen charities. Find out more
GET YOUR WMF SOUVENIRS
KEEP your memories of WMF 2013 alive with our official t-shirt - complete with the full list of acts on the back - and our charity naked band calendar. Find out more
Get your hands on naked band calendar
Our naked band calendar in aid of our charities of the year and the festival itself is now on sale, with 12 bands and artists from the county leaving little to the imagination. Please support us by buying one - only a fiver!
Who was on in 2013?
Tammy Down: 20 year old Acoustic Singer/Songwriter from the Midlands CURRENTLY RECORDING DEBUT EP!
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Worcester Music Festival 2014 - experience three whole days of live, original music from hundreds of up and coming bands and artists from the Midlands and across the UK.
Without paying a penny.
Friday 29th August 2014
Saturday 30th August 2014
Sunday 31st August 2014
Live, original, free music in Worcester city centre.
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30th September 2013
Photography Competition Winner Revealed
With well over 700 images submitted this year, choosing a winning photo wasn’t an easy task for judges Mark Hoy, Joe Singh and Steve Johnston. But choose a winner they did and they were unanimous in their choice of Duncan Graves and his photo of Vinnie Liotta. We catch up with Duncan to get his reaction on winning the competition.
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"The experience last year was fantastic. We felt like there was a real cohesive music scene in Worcester and were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the acts we played alongside, the attendance and the kind words we had post gig. An excellently organised festival we're proud to be a small part of again."
"Every year I put on a show for Worcester Music Festival, it stuns me how many awesome performers we have in the city. I only wish the world could have seen and heard what we experienced this weekend."
Live music promoter Gary Tolley
"I have always seen Worcester Music Festival as a means of providing exposure for bands that would otherwise be seen as financially non-viable by venues. That is why the festival is so important; it provides musical freedom and opportunity."
Member of Spoonfedz Tim Osborne
"The atmosphere in the city was electric!"
Live music fan and festival volunteer Hugo Sugg