Just when you thought live music was over for the summer…welcome to HallFest – a day of live local music for the people!
What better way to sign off your summer than singing along to no less than 14 live acts live from our lawn!
Join us for a festival of music from the North Garden of Burton Constable Hall.
Confirmed line-up is as follows:
12:30 – Andrew Thomas
1pm – Katie Spencer
1:30pm – Cats Groove
2:15pm – The Electric Loudhailer Company
3pm – The Matchbox Band
3:45pm – Jack Scantily
4:30pm – Longtime Servant of the Gun
5:15pm – Jackson D
6pm – Page 45
7pm – dr!ftwood
7.45pm – Late Night Marauders
8:30pm – The Froot
9:15pm – Ramble Gamble
10pm – Bud Sugar
Doors from 12pm.
This is an all ticketed event.
You are not permitted to bring your own alcohol to this event – security will be performing spot checks. Alcohol will be available to purchase on the evening (ID required).
Stables Kitchen will also be serving food and other refreshments throughout the night.
For cheaper taxi rates, please use 41 cars, Hull. Taxis can drop off at the Hall but must pick up from the main car park. If you intend on leaving your vehicle over night, you will need to park in the main car park. Please, make sure you arrange transportation home, as leaving the venue on foot after sun-set is not permitted.
Further information please read our Live On The Lawn news article via our website.
Burton Constable is a hall, stables and parkland situated just 10 miles east of Hull City Centre in Skirlaugh. Explore the grand rooms of the Hall, filled with fine art and furniture, and uncover the Constable family characters from the past 500 years. With a tea room and gift shop, tours and a whole host of other events on offer, there’s plenty to do and see.