Curzon festival offers weekend full of great music in Clevedon
PUBLISHED: 18:00 07 March 2018
One of Clevedon’s biggest musical events wll take place in May and the Times has two pairs of tickets to give away.
The Curzon Music Festival, now in its third year, will be held from May 18-19 and will see a host of acts take to the stage.
This year’s performers have all been curated by Songs From The Shed, a project run by resident Jon Earl which has seen some popular musicians perform in a former army billet.
North Somerset six-piece group The Model Folk will be the festival’s curtain raisers bringing their energetic and catchy harmonies to the cinema.
They will be followed by acoustic five-piece Thunderbridge Bluegrass Band and Ushti Baba who will play their fusion of traditional folk sounds mixed with modern dance beats.
The festival will really hit its stride on May 18 when Roxanne de Bastion, Rodney Branigan and Gabby Young will entertain during the day.
The Curzon will also throw open its doors for an evening session started by folk duo Edgelarks.
Moscow Drug Club will then take to the stage before alternative rockers Noble Jacks draw a close to proceedings.
The Curzon will provide local beers and ciders during the weekend.
Tickets, priced £15-20, are available here.
Weekend tickets are also being sold for £25-30.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed up to offer readers two pairs of weekend tickets to the festival.
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