Bradford on Avon Live Music Festival

Friday 2 June

Jack Mac’s Funk Pack performing in St Margaret’s Hall from 7.30pm.

Jack Mac has been playing music professionally for over a decade now, and has collaborated with some of the UK’s and US’s finest up and coming musicians. Heavily influenced by the styles of New Orleans jazz and funk groups such as Dr John, Jon Cleary and Galactic, Jack Mac is also an admirer of the sounds of saxophonists Coleman Hawkins and Sonny Rollins, and jazz fusion groups The Headhunters and the Brecker Brothers. The end result is a melting pot of musical genres that keeps every gig fresh and alive so no two performances are ever the same.

Tickets for Jack Mac’s Funk Pack are available through Wiltshire Music Centre.

Saturday 3 June

Free live music in Lamb Yard and Westbury Garden between 2pm and 10pm.

Westbury Garden

2.40 Concrete Prairie

3.30 Dirt Road Project

4.00 Becky Lawrence

4.45 The Hay Days

5.30 Alex Maidment

6.15 Courting Ghosts

7.15 Ed Dyke

8.00 Westward

9.00 Billy in the Lowground

Lamb Yard

2.15 Dirt Road Project

3.00 The Hay Days

3.45 Ed Dyke

4.30 The Band of Pilgrims

5.15. Becky Lawrence

6.15 Westward

7.15 Foxymoron

8.00 Its Complicated

9.00 Courting Ghosts

Between 2pm and 5pm Terry Sheppard will host an open mic session at The Shambles.

Sunday 4 June (7pm to 10pm)

An evening of live jazz awaits…

Bring a picnic blanket and spend a lazy summer evening on the Croquet lawn, sat amongst the towering Redwood trees, listening to the soulful sounds of the Louise Parker Quartet supported by Beetroot Jazz.

About Louise Parker: Growing up in a house filled with music, from the folk, calypso and opera enjoyed by her Jamaican born mother to the trad, swing and be-bop from her jazz-obsessed father, vocalist Louise Parker, aptly named after Louis Armstrong, was born to create the sort of soulful sound that is earning her a great reputation in the jazz world.

Sunday 4 June, 7pm – 10pm
The Croquet Lawn, The Hall, Kingston Road, Bradford on Avon

£15 per adult | £5 per child

Get your tickets for the evening of Jazz can be purchased from the Alex Moulton Charitable Trust website.