One Day In May Festival

One Day In May, a family arts and music festival takes place at Keele University this Saturday (15 May.)

The event aims to raise money and awareness for the North Staffs University Hospital Oncology Unit by hosting a full packed day of events including bands, acousitc acts, dancers, family arts at much more.

Artists include

The Barflys

Chuck Micallef and his Band

Elvis Fontenot and the Sugar Bees

Ian Calford and the Railmen

Sarah Miller with Dan Machin

The Wicca Men

These Eyes Are Cameras

Hayley Strangelove

Michelle Martin

The Trent Vale Poet

Trent Valley Tribals

The Pluckers

Hollie Lucas

Dead Radio Society

Providence Jug Band

Alan Barrett

The festival opens at 11 am, performances begin at noon, and the last performance is 11pm. Admission is £15 per adult – with under 14s being free, however, please be aware that under 14s are not allowed into the main stage area so if you have smaller children and can only enjoy the family areas, the admission price is only £10.

Tickets on sale now from Student union box office – 01782 733700
also online at
and at – The Museum pub, Bridge Street Music, (both Newcastle)
R & B Music (Crewe) and Old School Wines (Tittensor)
Also organiser Alan has tickets now. Call 0794 772 0065

Arts and charity stalls, please contact Alan on 0794 772 0065 in the first instance.


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3 Responses to One Day In May Festival

  1. Alan Barrett says:

    Thanks guys! I never dreamt you’d go this far. I owe you!

    • stokegigs says:

      no worries!

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