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The Warwick Music Festival

The Warwick Music Festival was a three-day festival of music and entertainment in and around Warwick Arts Centre in May. Structured around three ticketed evening concerts in the Butterworth Hall, there was also free music and events in other venues and outdoor spaces.

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Thursday 21 May 2015, 7:30pm

The Royal Philarmonic Orchestra, conducted by David Charles Abell, will grace the stage of the Butterworth Hall for an evening of life, liberty and big American tunes, from Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue to Bernstein's American in Paris. Join Abell and his orchestra as they lift the roof of the Butterworth Hall with a concert that simply shouts ‘celebration’!

** Sold out **

 

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Friday 22 May 2015

Mercury nominated Scottish four-piece of electro pop hit Default Django Django will perform songs from their acclaimed debut album as well as their brand new second album.


 

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Saturday 23 May 2015

After four decades performing across the globe, Joan Armatrading embarks on her first solo world tour. For her last major tour she has decided this is the perfect time to perform her first ever full scale solo concert. Her performances will include songs such as Love and Affection, Willow, Drop The Pilot and Me, Myself I.