Broseley Festival is a two day music festival held in the historic town of Broseley Shropshire each year and is run by Broseley Festival CIC - a group of fourteen volunteers who all dedicate and volunteer their own time throughout the year to fundraise money to ensure this brilliant community festival goes ahead.
Broseley Festival is held in June and is now proving to be one of the most popular two-day music events in Shropshire attracting thousands of visitors to broseley each year. The festival has some of the best international bands and tributes from all over the UK perform each year as well as amazing local performers taking to the stage to showcase their talent. Broseley Festival gives everyone the chance to experience an affordable music festival.
In addition to this Broseley Festival offers it’s visitors the chance to try a range of international inspired street food.or why not grab a drink from one of the many stalls and bars that attend the weekend. We provide our visitors with the ch or why not grab a gift chance to try a range of local craft beers and ciders or for those special moments head over to the gin, fizz and cocktail bar. Broseley Festival also offers a range of exciting craft and market stalls selling homemade and bespoke items.
One of our aims if to help support children to become involved in the community and experience "The Arts" We team up with local schools, dance groups and community groups who are given the opportunity to perform at Broseley Festival each year.
You may also wish to take time to look around our beautiful historic town and its surrounding areas including the world-famous Ironbridge Gorge world heritage site just a two-minute drive away. These are just a few reasons why Broseley Festival is now one of Shropshire’s most popular community music events.
"The whole of the organisation team are volunteers and do an amazing job, they fund raise all year long so that it’s possible for them to host an amazing festival for everybody to enjoy over two days with local talent being part of some of the headline acts, year after year the festival seems to get bigger and better and there tireless work always seems to go unrecognised and under the radar. Their hard work provides a great community event, made possible by this wonderful small, family-like team."