Alfold Rock and Blues Festival September 2021

Alfold Rock and Blues Festival September 2021 Alfold Rock and Blues Festival September 2021 a new Classic Rock and Blues Festival in the Surrey Hills

Weekend of Live Music at Springbok Estate,
Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th September

Alfold Rock and Blues Festival September 2021 a new Classic Rock and Blues Festival in the Surrey Hills

Alfold Rock and Blues festival opens on Friday 3rd September with a blues and classic rock line-up
that includes all those 70’s Status Quo hits with John Coghlan’s Quo, 70’s and 80’s progressive
rock from Martin Turner Ex Wishbone Ash and the Canvey Island blues and boogie of Dr
Feelgood. Classic Rock Saturday also includes legends Stray, The Groundhogs and John
Verity (ex Argent). Husband and wife duo and UK Blues Award winners When Rivers Meet are
hotly tipped on Friday as well as festival favourites Charley Farley and Grizzly and the
Grasshoppers

Having watched the taster video…. now buy the tickets for the weekend.

Festival goers are also encouraged to bring their ukeleles, as Ukejam will be hosting workshops and
sing-alongs before and after the main stage finishes. Alfold Rock and Blues is set in the expansive
grounds of the Springbok Estate at Alfold – home of the Care Ashore charity for retired merchant
seafarers and is operating at a 50% capacity – meaning plenty of space in the main festival arena.
NHS workers can also purchase weekend tickets at half price

Asked why anybody would start a new festival in a pandemic, festival director Dave Rees said:

“I remembered the much-missed Rudgewick Festival that was held at the Springbok Estate, and was
delighted to find the owners were more than willing to host my new festival, Alfold Rock & Blues. Plans
were made, bands were booked, tickets printed… and then, Covid struck! Two postponements and
almost two years later, we are finally ready to proceed!
We are really looking forward to finally getting it on, and to see an audience enjoying great live music
again.”

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