CONGLETON UNPLUGGED 2022
Starts Wednesday 2nd March, ends Saturday March 12th,
FREE all weekend Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 4, 5, 6.
Here you go, 20 venues and more than 45 gigs...fill yer boots!, oh and its all FREE entry on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 4, 5, and 6th March.
You can get a downloadable version of the programme here, it has everything in it so it is big 15 Mega Bytes,
or download the schedule on its own only a very manageable 250k Bytes, so careful which button your press.
Updated Schedule below; latest changes as at Sunday midday
Here is some of the other entertainment we have for you;
Wednesday 2nd March Congleton Library - John Lindley presents Dylan Thomas.
Buy your wristband tickets at Congleton TIC or Stonehammer Music or online at the link below, doors open 6.30pm, the show starts at 7pm;
Thursday 3rd March Town Hall - John Dhali Album Launch Party, with special guests; Sinninin and Anna McLukie
Buy your wristband tickets at Congleton TIC or Stonehammer Music or online at the link below, doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm;
Saturday 12th March Congleton Cricket Club - The Acoustics
Free Entry; Music from 8pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 4, 5, 6th March FREE all weekend, lots of favourites and new artistes too, some of the bands and artistes taking part in the FREE WEEKEND; Acoustic Anarchy, Robin Pierce Band, Elvis Fontenot and the Sugarbees, Purpletones, Heidi Browne, Jim Kirkpatrick, Jubilee Stompers, Demi Marriner, Charlie Sinclair, Cry Baby and The Hoochie Coochie Boys, Sheena Shine, Beartown Stompers, Last Call, Kim Harrison, The House Devils, Murphys Marbles, Don't Call Me Ishmael, Big Wolf Band, Trace and The Resonators, Hollie Vee and the Hubkaps, Mashville, Purpletones, Beartown Ukes, Fix Up the Jag, Darren Poyzer, Amanda Brown and Tom Crofts, Glass Ankle, Silverback, the Pupils of Stonehammer Music!.
And we would like to thank our sponsors, they help make all of this happen!
Virtual Congleton Unplugged 2021
You can watch the shows again here.........
We are very grateful to have had three great artistes for you to watch in our virtual festival, we will keep the links available to these shows for a while longer so you can watch again with Heidi Browne, Robbie Cavanagh and all Sunjay.
We will also keep the links up for the shows recorded last summer's CJAB and the documentary film made by Callum Hilditch-Crimes, see below;
Congleton Jazz and Blues 2020 Videos
CJAB 2020 Virtual festival, the links to the Virtual Festival and the documentary charting the early days to current of the festival are here for you to look peruse at your leisure. The documentary is 51 minutes long or you can view it in bite size chunks;
CJAB 2020 Virtual festival (1 Hour 16 mins);
The Alex Clarke Quartet
Robin Pierce solo
Jim Kirkpatrick and Heavyweather
Full documentary (51 mins)