Waterlooville Music Festival in 2015 celebrated its tenth year as the largest cultural event in Waterlooville and one of the premier annual music festivals in Hampshire. It is a week long musical extravaganza, offering a wide range of musical genres and attracting musicians from right across the county and beyond. The aim of Waterlooville Music Festival is to bring affordable music to St George’s Church and the centre of Waterlooville for the whole community to enjoy.
Waterlooville Music Festival is a non-profit making community event organised entirely by volunteers. Local schools gain the opportunity for their talented students to perform at many day time concerts, and benefit from free workshops; talented local bands have the opportunity to perform in public on the last Saturday lunchtime; other day time Concerts present talented amateur performers of professional standard; all day time events are free. In the evenings, the Festival aims to to deliver a great evening of entertainment at a very reasonable price, presenting high quality amateur and semi-professional performers, always of a professional standard.
The vast majority of concerts are free of charge. It is only the evening concerts where there is a modest charge for a full evening of first class entertainment.
Waterlooville Music Festival is grateful to St George’s Church Parochial Council and members of the church for their help and support, however Waterlooville Music Festival is completely independent of St George’s Church, it is not a church organisation, it has its own committee and finances, and each year the Church invoices the festival for hire of its premises.
Your support by coming to the Festival, and publicising it to your friends, including via Facebook, Twitter and other social media, is hugely appreciated.
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