The Audlem Festival is an annual music and arts festival which has run in the South Cheshire village of Audlem since 2000. There's music to suit all tastes, exhibitions, poetry events and on the bank holiday Monday the traditional carnival.
The Festival would not be possible without our sponsors, advertisers, pubs, churches, shops, volunteers and of course everyone that attends.
Camping is available for £5 per night. Basic toilet facilities provided.
Campsite & Car park in field on Green lane A529 (near centre of village)
The Domesday Morris from Penkhull will be dancing their way from pub to pub on Thursday 26th between 7.30 and 9pm
Also a stunning Steam Punk costume exhibition running everyday in The Mill shop by the canal.
Last of the dogs first came about as the brainchild of Andy Smith in 2011 along with his daughter Jasmine. Then after a couple of different line ups with lead and bass guitarists that didn't work out
Heavy Weather is a hard hitting three piece blues/rock band fronted by FM and Bernie Marsden Band guitarist Jim Kirkpatrick. They perform a mixture of popular originals and well-worked covers.
Heidi Browne is a BBC Introducing Pick for 2013, who in early 2014 was crowned the overall winner of OpenMicUK. She was also shortlisted for Jamie Cullum's Big Audition in 2011.