Tonbridge Music Weekend: popular music festival returns to Tonbridge Castle this summer


A popular festival will return to Tonbridge Castle this summer. The creators of the hugely popular Tonbridge Castlemas Christmas event will bring Tonbridge Music Weekend back to town.

Bravo Productions will host the event in a magnificent setting from Friday July 8th to Sunday July 10th. It all starts with a performance by Madhen on opening night.

The band are widely regarded as the best party band in the UK, so make sure you have your dancing shoes on! They will be supported earlier in the evening by The Skatonics.

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The Counterfeit Beatles will kick things off on Saturday night, before Lost in Music takes the stage. The sensational live band will play classic hits from the 70s while taking you on a journey into the heart of disco.

Special guest Marisha Wallace will be the first to take the stage on the final night. Marisha starred in West End hits Dreamgirls and Waitress before being nominated for WhatsOnStage Best Supporting Actress for her role as Becky.

The event will take place in the grounds of Tonbridge Castle

Speaking about her excitement to perform at the event, Marisha said: “I am thrilled to announce that I will be performing in this year’s A Night at the Musicals. If you want to hear me belt and Collabro sing for their lives, so book your tickets now…you’re going to have an amazing time! I can’t wait to see you there.”

The entertaining weekend will be closed by former Britain’s Got Talent winner Collabro. The boys then had their first number one album which became the best selling record of the year.

Collabro won Britain’s Got Talent in 2014

Since then, it’s fair to say that they’ve done pretty well. They’ve amassed over a million record sales worldwide across four major album releases – and now they’ll be performing on the scenic castle grounds.

Each of the three evenings will begin around 7 p.m. A full weekend ticket costs £82 and will save you a total of £15 if you plan to go all three nights. You can click here to buy tickets.

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