Since the year 2000 the festival has been an annual treat for music and art lovers across the country, and festival attendance continues to grow.
Venues: The Bridge Inn, The Shroppie Fly, The Lord Combermere, No. 11 The Courtyard, The Bit On The Side (public hall annexe), The Mill Shop, Audlem Methodist Church
Audlem really is Cheshire's southern gem, a picturesque rural village with incredible community spirit. A great venue for the festival. In 2005 the village won the DEFRA national award for 'Building Community Life' and the 'North of England Village of the Year' as well as the 'Cheshire Village of the Year'.
Audlem is where the Shires meet. Shropshire is a short walk away on the Shropshire Union Canal and Staffordshire minutes away by car. Audlem's three main roads are, appropriately, Cheshire Street, Stafford Street and Shropshire Street.
The village has three excellent pubs, the Shroppie Fly and the Bridge Inn next to the canal and the Lord Combermere in the village centre. All three become music venues over the festival weekend. We are now in our 18th year with another cracker lined up, get your weekend booked, you will not be disappointed.
The King's Pistol are a unique, acoustic-driven trio from Cheshire. Formed in late 2014, the band secured a number of plays of their demo tracks on BBC Introducing, which encouraged them to record their debut album 'Long was the Road, Dark was the Night.' The Album was recorded over 4 days, en
And now it's nearly here!! -- our 19th -- May 23rd to May 27th. We have a wide range of music to please all who come to enjoy the spectacle.