Music Festival

On Sunday 18th September saw the culmination of the Tyldesley Arts & Heritage Festival with a day-long music takeover... local radio station M29 curated a fantastic mix of local favourites plus ones-to-watch. From early in the afternoon til evening, across Tyldesley's historic pubs and friendly bars they had live acts playing totally free for the delights of locals and new visitors alike. The event was great, brought people together, generated revenue for local businesses and gave people local to the area who are inspiring performers a vehicle to perform in front of 100's of people.

The Music festival was a massive success with the locals and everyone that was involved. I think a few peoples heads hurt the next morning. A massive thank you to everyone who took part in the day.

Take a look at some of the photos that were captured by the local photographer of the area Ryan Bowen.

From early afternoon til evening, across Tyldesley's historic pubs and friendly bars there'll be live acts playing totally free for the delights of locals and new visitors alike

Tyldesley favourites Moon Candy ready to bring the house down

rising star Jacob Reddy

the Dropouts in action at nearby Lilford Park Rock n Stroll Festival

innovative singer songwriter Paul Bennett

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