Maidstone Fringe Festival is planned to return to the County Town of Kent in 2022, over the Mayday Bank Holiday period, and is scheduled to run from Thursday 28th April – Monday 2nd May at various venues. So far confirmed venues include: The Style & Winch, The Duke Of Marlborough, Market House, The Made Inn, Frederic, The Rifle Volunteers, The Coachhouse, The Flower Pot, Drakes, The Canopy Bar and Studio 6 Maidstone. A wide variety of live music will be programmed, with an emphasis on original homegrown / Kent based talent, alongside various different genres, including: Indie, Alternative Rock, Ska, Acoustic / Folk, Blues amongst others.
Artists this year include headliner Glenn Tilbrook – lead singer and guitarist of Squeeze appearing at the new Stuidi 6 venue in Maidstone, Bamboozle, Queen Phosphene, Toot ‘N’ Skamen, Natalie Bouloudis, Congratulations, Rowsie, Ian Ingles, The Shop Window, Some Kind Of Metallica, The Sweetchunks Band, The Devils Prefects, Muto, Green Witch, Upcdownc, Dead Kites, Nina Clark, Theatre Royal, Kinvala, The Pastel Waves, Band Of Rogues, Wes King, Spinner, Pip Bowers, Melzebra & The Buffalos, Fred Clark, Jayne Snow, Molly Still, Vaughan Batchelor and many more…
Events at Frederics are free but you need to book a table on 01622 297414 for Jayne Snow on Thursday 28th April: 8pm – 10pm, and Fred Clark on Friday 29th April: 8pm – 10pm.
Tickets for Glenn Tilbrook, with support from Leon Tilbrook on Friday 29th April at Studio 6 on Rocky Hill: 7.30pm – 11pm are £23.00 plus booking fee, via Skiddle. BUY TICKETS