Artists are invited to apply to perform at 2020’s event. The festival, set to take place between 11 – 13 September, will be a charity event with all proceeds being donated to a cause that supports the Worcestershire community.

Musicians spanning every genre are invited to apply to play at the event through an online application form that can be accessed via the festival’s website. Artists will be asked to donate their time to help bring the city’s music scene together, all in aid of a great cause.

Local promoters will be given charge of a night in one of the 20 plus venues located in the city centre, handpicking a line-up from the artists applying. The authentic crafting of the bill has always proven a success, the incredible high quality of the musicians taking the stage drawing large crowds of both music fans and passers-by.

In recent years, organisers have expanded the line-up to include comedy, spoken word and art, along with a whole host of workshops aimed at the whole family. Over the course of the weekend, the festival will host around 250 performances and is set to attract thousands of visitors from across not just the UK, but even further afield, with some visitors having travelled from the likes of Italy, Australia and USA in past years.

Festival director, Anthony Robbins said:

“We love listening to the vast array of artists who apply and we always come away feeling incredibly positive about the amazing quality of the acts in our local music scene and beyond. We would encourage artists to put themselves forward for consideration.

To date, the festival has supported 18 charities, raising over £60,000. Last year, the festival donated £5,216.38 to the Worcester Foodbank, helping members of the local community access vital food and resources whilst in emergency.


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