In 2018 Stone Town Council are once again organising a day of free musical entertainment in the shape of the very popular Stone Music Festival.
This year’s event is being staged with the help of volunteer Tony Hollinshead and there is a full programme of entertainment planned.
The music festival will take place on the Market Square, just outside the town’s library and will be on from 11:00am until 9:00pm.
Acts confirmed so far include:
- The Local Music Showcase
- Tucano Samba Band
- The Lack of Commitments
- Angels with Dirty Faces
- Live Wires
The local music showcase will feature a combination of young musicians performing a mixture of covers and original songs and local singer-songwriters playing original music.
Councillor Jill Hood, Vice-Chairman of the Council’s Tourism and Town Promotion Sub-Committee, said:
“The Stone Music Festival is free, and showcases a wide variety of the town’s abundant musical talent. Don’t miss what promises to be a fantastic time on Saturday July 14th, beginning at 11:00am! Between acts you can also take time to browse the town’s unrivalled selection of independent shops and eateries for a great day out.”
For more details on the event and the bands that are playing head on over to the Stone Music Festival’s Facebook page.