MUSIC artists and bands from Droitwich and Bromsgrove are performing at the Worcester Music Festival this weekend.
There will be five acts from Droitwich and ten acts from Bromsgrove which are part of 250 up and coming bands and artists from across the UK.
The festival, which begins today (Friday) and runs until Sunday (September 20), is aimed at attracting many new fans from the area and the event is completely free.
Worcester Music Festival’s charity of the year is the Worcestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre, which offers a free advice service for victims of rape and sexual abuse.
The local artists and bands from Bromsgrove are Ben Stancombe, Cancel Tomorrow, Doll’s Eye Weaver, The Fidgets, Jazz Alchemy, Jenny Hallam, Jules Rendell, Mark Barrett, Spitting Feathers and Thanks the Academy.
And the Droitwich artists and bands are Black Light Secret, Code 46, Georgina Biggin, Wilf’s Carnival Band and Wychway.
Chairman Ant Robbins said: “It’s going to be a great year for the festival, with an abundance of music of all genres and even more outdoor entertainment, including some surprises which will be revealed over the weekend.”
The 2015 festival is full with a genre-spanning line-up over three days and nights.
Many venues across the city will also play host to these shows including pubs, clubs, cafes, churches and boats.
The Worcester Music Festival is a non-profit making event organised by local volunteers with artists and bands performing free.
To see what’s on, visit www.worcestermusicfestival.co.uk where you can plan your itinerary with My Guide.
You can also join Worcestermusicfestival on Facebook and @worcsmusicfest on Twitter.