Wethersfield Festival has bands playing from noon to 10pm.
- Credit: Archant
The sixth annual Wethersfield Festival is on Saturday, June 29
The sixth annual Wethersfield Festival on Saturday, June 29, has bands playing from noon to 10pm.
Headliners, The Stents, real crowdpleasers, play rock, pop and indie.
Opening the show are the band Flashback.
Bringing an 80s feel will be Electronique, playing at the festival for the first time.
You may also want to watch:
Wethersfield's own home-grown band, Another Loud Sunday, present music from the 60s to right now.
Duck for Cover are rock and pop, Beer Valley Drifters play rock, soul and Americana.
- 1 Contractor appointed for new enterprise centre
- 2 Dunmow Cricket Club announces new sponsor
- 3 Garden of remembrance opens, part funded by Captain Sir Tom Moore fund
- 4 Here's what you can do from May 17 as Covid restrictions ease
- 5 Deadline week for Stansted planners amid latest appeal
- 6 Dunmow sign writer's traditional skills are a hit
- 7 Stick to the paths while bluebells bloom, says Essex Wildlife Trust
- 8 Standing for election for a seat on Essex County Council on May 6, 2021
- 9 Prisoner of war camp a 'huge part' of Essex's history
- 10 Numbers seeking support double - can you help Uttlesford foodbank?
and Poontang ring the sounds of Roadhouse Americana and southern rock.
The soloist singer-songwriter, and guitarist Ella Hayes, a favourite at last year's festival, will play country and modern songs.
This is a free entry event with any profits (from raffle prizes and so forth) going to charity, this year it's Mind.
Last year, over £2,500 was raised for Prostate cancer UK.
With food, a licensed bar, children's fun and side stalls, the event is on Wethersfield playing field, CM7 4BY.
Parking on the field. The day is sponsored by Turners plumbing and heating solutions.