BEVERLEY FRINGE RETURNS IN 2019Thu 20th June 2019
After a hugely successful first event in 2018, stepping into void left by the cancelled Beverley Folk Festival and subsequently winning ‘Outstanding Small Festival’ at the Yorkshire Gig Guide Awards, Beverley Fringe is back in 2019!
Featuring a wealth of fantastic concerts, open music sessions and Morris dancing, 2019 looks to be even better.
A few highlights including the legendary Folk-Rock pioneers Lindisfarne performing at St Mary’s Church on Friday 21st June, a ‘Dance Party Night’ at the Masonic Hall featuring Celtarabia and Alter-Ego on Saturday 22nd June, and the ‘Horizon Stage’ on Saturday & Sunday afternoons at the East Riding Theatre, showcasing some of the best up and coming young musicians the area has to offer.
Main organiser Phil Simpson said: “We simply cannot wait to bring an even better Beverley Fringe to the town in 2019 - please do come and soak up the atmosphere and enjoy some of the fantastic musicians our area has to offer”.
Beverley Fringe has also teamed up with ‘The Great Get Together’ in memory of late MP Jo Cox - which happens in the
Coronation Gardens on the Saturday afternoon this year. There will be music and dancers in the garden alongside the
The traditional Fringe pubs will be all hosting music & sessions as part of the event; The Sun Inn, The Tiger, The Monks Walk, Chequers Micropub and the Queens Head. Other venues include the Masonic Hall (Saturday night), St Mary’s Church (Friday night) and the East Riding Theatre (throughout the weekend).
Full details can be found at www.facebook.com/beverleyfringefestival/