2nd Havant Music Festival 2018

At various venues in and around Havant 15th - 25th March 2018

Come and enjoy a variety of music, from folk to chamber music and much more

Event Listing, full details here

15th March, UofC Chamber Orchestra
16th March, Abba Inferno
16th March, Adult Urban Vocal Group
17th March, Children’s Workshop
17th March, Southampton Gospel Choir
17th March, Havant Symphony Orchestra
17th March, St Patrick’s Day in your Pub
17th March, Greg Harper
18th March, Townswomen’s Guild Choir
18th March, Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
18th March, Portsmouth Festival Choir
19th March, Havant Light Opera
20th March, Solent Male Voice Choir
22nd March, Meridian After Dark
22nd March, Los Ladrones
23rd March, Langstone Big Band
23rd March, Keith James
24th March, Hello to HLO
24th March, Martyn James Duo
24th March, Jay Jupe and Friends
24th March, Cantemus
24th March, Meridian Wind Band
25th March, Havant Baroque
25th March, Celebration Service

From Cllr Elaine Shimbart, Mayor of Havant 2017-18

A very warm welcome to you all. The 2018 Havant Music Festival covers a very wide mix of musical genres, ranging from choirs to big bands, from light music to classical and from established performers to stars of the future. There is certainly a great variety of music to suit all tastes and, who knows, something different that you haven’t considered before. There are venues right across the area, so I am sure you will find something near you to visit and enjoy.

Many thanks to all the performers who are helping to make the Havant Music Festival an ongoing success. Also a very big thank you to all those who have worked in the background since the 2017 inaugural Festival.

I would like to tell you about the two main charities in my Mayoral Charity Appeal. I hope you will give generously as you leave each concert: ­

* Home-Start Havant (www.homestart-Havant.org.uk) gives support to families with young children, many with problems such as illness or disability. ­

*FitzRoy (www.fitzroy.org) support young people with learning disabilities and autism. With a base in Waterlooville they teach basic cookery and IT skills; they also have independent living bungalows and an outdoor area at the Sustainability Centre near East Meon.

I am sure that the 2018 Music Festival will be a great success with many more to come.

Elaine (Mayor of Havant, 2017 - 18)

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