The Mill Hill Music Festival will be kicking off this Friday, nine days of the most amazing music in Mill Hill. Some of the shows are free entry and some are ticketed. There are still a few tickets left for all events, but the BBC Elstree Band playing “A Night at The OSCARS” and Charles Court Opera performing HMS Pinnfore have nearly sold out, so we advise that you get down and buy tickets ASAP if you want to make sure you get in for those events. I’m always heartened when we get such a great response for the Opera, which is has become one of the keynote nights.
Here is the full festival planer (Thanks to Barnet Music)
Here is what you can expect from the BBC Elstree band, firm festival favourites on Saturday at The Hartley Hall
And here is a little bit of MHMS Pinafore from Charles Court, which is also at The Hartley Hall on Monday Night
Another event which is selling well and you really should check out if you love Jazz is the Alan Barnes Octet. Alan is an absolute icon in the Jazz world. Here’s a little bit of Alan in action. He’s playing on Thursday week.
The Festival is opened by The Hendon Band of the Salvation Army, who are well worth checking out, opening the festival at Hartley Hall.
Our party nights features 60’s soul legends, The Foundations, best know for no 1 hits such as Build Me Up Buttercup and Baby, Now That I found you. This will be at The Mill Hill Golf Club
The Opening night also sees the Ron Lewis Partnership, playing their brand of Feelgood inspired Rhythm and Blues at the Adam and Eve for Free
Support will be a short acoustic set from Mill Hill’s finest, The False Dots starting at 8.30pm sharp.
For full details of the festival including how to order tickets, check out the Festival website
The Festival finishes back up at The Adam and Eve with a firm festival favourite, for all you Reggae Lovers, with Joe Angel and the Pamodzi band.
Please checkout all events and full details at the festival website
Tickets are also available from Mill Hill Wines on the Broadway
We hope to see you there.