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Geographical Reach: Somerset
Project Duration: 2006 – 2015
Project Funder: Bridgwater Town Council (Blake Gardens Music Festival)
Project Manager: Ursula Billington email@example.com
Blake Gardens Music Festival
Blake Gardens Music Festival generously received funding from Bridgwater Town Council for the last 6 years to provide a series of concerts throughout July and August in the picturesque setting of Blake Gardens, Bridgwater. Blake Museum also very kindly help to support the event with refreshments for musicians. All concerts at Blake Gardens Music Festival take place at 2.00pm.
The line up for 2015’s festival is as follows:
Sunday 12th: Chard Concert Brass
Sunday 19th: Burtle Silver Band
Sunday 26th: Burnham & Highbridge Town Band
Sunday 2nd: Weston Brass
Sunday 9th: Wells City Band
Sunday 16th: Stoke Sub Hamdon Band
Sunday 30th: Taunton Concert Band
For further information, including band and public enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Blenheim Gardens Music Festival
Blenheim Gardens Music Festival was the first project Superact picked up back in 2006. It is the largest of the summer bandstand festivals and comprises of 16 concerts across three months. It is based in Blenheim Gardens, Minehead, on the rather futuristic looking bandstand! The Blenheim Gardens cafe is based just a few feet away from the bandstand and serves fantastic refreshments all season long. Deck chairs are available most days and there is a lot of space on the green in front of the bandstand for families, large groups and picnic blankets. The gardens are beautiful and a bit of music at the weekend really brings the place alive.
Blenheim Gardens Music Festival News
Sadly, due to lack of funding, there is no Blenheim Gardens Music Festival taking place in 2015. However, we hope to be back in 2016 so please keep an eye on our website for further updates.
West Exe Park Music Festival
From 2011 – 2013 Superact programmed a season of bandstand concerts on the beautiful West Exe Park. The programme was funded by the local Heathcoat Trust and provided performance opportunities for local brass bands and community music groups.