Town Hall Live

by | 2 July 2023 | Gainsborough, Music

On Sunday 16th July it is The THL Festival at Klassic Park, Kirton. It will feature four acts from California and the UK, all playing headlining sets. It is a bring-your-own chairs, food and drink event. Sit down to enjoy an afternoon of fine music. Klassic Park has ample parking. Gates open at 12.45pm with music starting at 1.30pm.

First up will be The Sam Chase Trio from San Francisco. Sam Chase is a clever songsmith and a dazzling performer. He will be joined by Devon McClive (cello) and Chandra Johnson (violin). The trio blend epic arrangements with hard living songs with a dash of rock ‘n’ roll spirit.

Next is The Blue Highways, from London are brothers Callum, Theo and Jack Lury. They are one of the most up and coming bands in the country. They are known for their roots inspired rock sound and narrative story telling.

Following them is The Black Feathers – Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes. The pure emotion and subtle timing of their song delivery is as evident as the enjoyment radiating from their on-stage chemistry. They are mesmerising and stunning in equal measure.

Finally, headlining is The Sara Petite Band. Sara, from San Diego is a force of nature. Her music does not fit into one musical genre. She is gritty, she is wild, she is rocky, she is tender with the soul of a child. She and her band are stunning. The perfect way to end the festival.

Tickets are priced at just £25.00 and are on sale now! Details below.

Then the indoor concerts return on Friday 4th August when Canadian artist Julian Taylor headlines, fresh from an appearance at this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival.

Julian’s last two albums have seen him gain a worldwide audience. His songs are lyrically and sonically rich and delivered with a rich baritone voice. He is a captivating performer taking the audience on an emotional journey with a mixture of joy and sadness. Support comes from Michele Stodart.

Tickets for all THL concerts can be purchased from Brian on 01652 649230 or, from the Morrisons Daily store in Kirton or from

For more information on all concerts and the Festival go to