Mirf’Fest Music Stage

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The Mirf’ Fest Music Stage is a free live music event within Mirfield Show which features around 12 local bands. It is in conjunction with Yorkshire radio station The Pulse – delivering a real mixture of acoustic, traditional, soloists and live bands all playing covers and music from across the generations throughout the day.

Mirf’ Fest started over five years ago, and following a two year break came back. Its return was over a year in the planning, but the plan is now for the festival to grow year on year and to remain as a free attraction to the show. All you need is a ticket for Mirfield Show and this will give you access to the Mirf’ Fest Music Stage.

The original Mirf’ Fest organisers – and now members of Mirfield Show – said “Our local area has an amazing mixture of musicians from soloists to live bands and we wanted to create an event that will run alongside the Mirfield Show, and in time could grow into a whole festival itself. We will have a real mixture of acoustic, traditional, soloists and live bands all playing covers and music from across the generations, so it will be an event attractive to all.”

 


Mirf’Fest Music Stage 2018

The Mirf’Fest Music Stage 2018 will again be a FREE live music event within Mirfield Show and will feature around 10 local bands. Do You Or Your Band Want To Play On The Music Stage at Mirfield Show 2018 ? All performances are voluntarily as Mirfield Show is a not-for-profit volunteer event – but you are welcome to use it for as much publicity as you wish or sell merchandise there.

We are looking for a wide variety of musical styles, so if you are interested, please send your details (and any links to your music) to musicstage@mirfieldshow.com.

 


Music Stage Running Order 2017

11:00 – 11:30 Emma Haley
11:45 – 12:30 Thee Wylde Fuzz Show
12:45 – 13:15 Tom & James
13:30 – 14:15 Coda Band
14:30 – 15:15 Elastic Waste
15:30 – 16:00 Jake Frood
16:15 – 17:00 The Old fools

Times are subject to change – and the running order may run early or late.

 

 


 

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