Friday 24th until Sunday 26th April

A dozen venues around Masham are alive with music of all sorts to listen to and play in. With further performances in the weeks surrounding this weekend, Masham is the place to be for a celebration of all types of music in all types of places with the stunning Yorkshire Dales on your doorstep.

The highlight, and the inspiration for the festival, is a concert at Masham Town Hall by Lindisfarne, a band on their 50th anniversary tour and with longstanding Masham connections from their earliest days. Other performances and activities include venues such as Masham pubs, hotels, churches and community venues, including Swinton Bivouac and The Terrace Restaurant & Bar.

  • The Terrace Restaurant & Bar

    Jen Stevens

    A jazz pianist singer / songwriter from the North East, Jen Stevens has been compared to such musical talents as Kate Bush, Tori Amos and Regina Spektor. Tuck into a stunning collection of Northern European inspired dishes in the restaurant, brave the elements and settle for the evening under blankets on the terrace, or opt for the surroundings of the bar and try a cocktail or two whilst enjoying an evening of live music.

    Live music starts at 7pm. To book a table, please call 01765 680900.

    ‘Incredibly powerful and moving songs with heart wrenching lyrics and an inimitably beautiful voice’.

  • Masham Town Hall


    With a repertoire of unforgettable songs and a reputation for a live performance second to none, Tyneside folk-rock pioneers, Lindisfarne, have a power to galvanise festival and concert audiences alike and guarantee to get the crowd on its feet and singing along. Celebrating 50 years of Lindisfarne, the five-piece line-up of long-time members is fronted by original founder members Rod Clements.

    Tickets are available from Mashamshire Community Office by calling 01765 680200.

  • Swinton Bivouac

    Jonny Boyle

    A Sunday afternoon session of live music in the Bistro Cafe. Enjoy a light bite, wholesome lunch or refreshing beverage whilst relaxing on a Sunday to Jonny Boyle, a guitar and vocals performer. Jonny has been making music for more than two decades, playing popular songs from many genres, including great versions of songs you forgot you loved! Request your favourite songs from Jonny’s extensive repertoire.

    Druid’s woodland will be open all day for those family adventure strolls, adrenaline bike tracks or a walk with your 4-legged friend.

    Live music is from 12pm until 3pm on Sunday 26th April.