4 July
7:30 pm
St George's Church

White Cliffs Symphonic Winds

Deal’s local maestro, Graham Harvey, returns to lead his band in a concert of film and gaming music.
5 July
8:00 pm
St George's Church

Baque Luar and Gamelan Lila Cita

In collaboration with the popular East Kent-based Smugglers Festival, here are performances from two exciting world music groups: a celebration of union through music.
6 July
7:00 pm
St George's Church

National Youth Jazz Orchestra Latin Collective

Back by popular demand, some of the most talented young jazz musicians in the UK will bring their 14-piece collective to perform a high-tempo Latin-infused programme.
7 July
2:30 pm
St Andrew's Church

Chaps Choir

Say goodbye to the male voice choir most would recognise and hello to Chaps Choir.
7 July
7:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Jeremy Sassoon’s MOJO

A foot-stomping, barn-storming celebration of some of the most iconic and best-loved musicians of Jewish origin.
8 July
6:00 pm

Afterwork Tunes

Enjoy music from local musicians with an early evening drink.
9 July
6:00 pm
Walmer Castle Pub

Afterwork Tunes

Enjoy music from local musicians with an early evening drink.
10 July
6:00 pm
Walmer Castle Pub

Afterwork Tunes

Enjoy music from local musicians with an early evening drink.
11 July
8:00 pm
The Lighthouse Pub

Sultan Stevenson Trio

Sultan Stevenson is one of London’s most exciting young jazz musicians. In 2020 he emerged onto the jazz scene with a new artistic voice.
12 July
2:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Irene Taylor Trust and DMA Community Band

The performance showcases pieces by Making Tracks (young people from the Prince’s Trust) and Sounding Out (former prisoners).
14 July
4:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

Kuljit Bhamra & Kadialy Kouyate Workshop

Following his popular workshop in last year’s festival, tabla maestro Kuljit Bhamra returns again, this year with Senegalese kora player Kadialy Kouyate.
14 July
7:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Kuljit Bhamra & Kadialy Kouyate Performance

A celebratory duo performance of Senegalese and Indian music. Kuljit, the UK’s leading proponent of classical and popular forms of Indian music is joined by Kadialy, a celebrated performer of West African music.