THE village of Wrotham will be alive with the sound of blues, gospel, rock, folk and almost every other type of tune you can think of this August Bank Holiday weekend, as it holds its annual music festival.
Now in its third year, Wrotham Music Festival has grown in strength attracting local musicians as well as internationally-acclaimed artists.
The festival will run from Friday August 25 to Monday August 28, with live music performed in St George’s Church and St George’s Square, as well as the Rose & Crown, The Bull and The George & Dragon pubs.
Festival director Nick Castell said: “For the third year running Wrotham will celebrate its love of music.
“Whatever music you like, there will be something for everyone in the village this Bank Holiday.”