Talking Tables Summer Festival: Music

It’s safe to say music is what makes festivals, and we knew we wanted to choose some brilliant musicians for our own summer festival in the Cotswolds. We also wanted to support local artists, so our brilliant organiser Laura found some great options and we can’t wait to see them perform!

First up we have the acoustic guitarist and singer Pat McIntyre who is Bristol based. We know he’s going to covering some of our favourite bangers and taking some requests. What should we go for?!

Find out more about him here: https://www.patmcintyre.co.uk/

 

Then as the evening draws in and we enjoy some drinks from Sam’s Bar we have Mister Kanish playing a medley of genres. The band are hugely popular for all kinds of events and wedding and promise a mix of folk, 90’s, pop and rock that will get the whole Talking Tables team on their feet dancing!

You can find them here: https://misterkanish.com/

 



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