Lichfield Arts has lifted the lid on the 2019 autumn programme.
The season kicks off with the Reel Hot Ceilidh Peppers on 6th September, before the 13th September sees Urban Voodoo Machine’s rescheduled show take place.
The popular autumn beer festival returns on 20th and 21st September.
The following month brings the sounds of Roxy Magic, Kitty MacFarlane and Chris Bowden to the city, before the L2F festival – headlined by Home Service – swings into action from 18th to 20th October.
October will be rounded off by Hipkiss with Patsy Gamble, before Gordon Giltrap kicks off the following month with a show on 1st November.
The action continues with Ian Parker on 9th November and local jazz favourite Nick Dewhurst on 20th November. Another debut at the Guildhall comes courtesy of blues and soul singer Jo Harman on 30th November.
December will also see a packed programme including the likes of Geoff Lakeman, Kim Cypher Bob Fox and The Get Back Beatles.
The Lichfield Jazz Christmas Special takes place on 18th December before the season finishes with A Northumbrian Christmas courtesy of Jez Lowe and The Bad Pennies.
A Lichfield Arts spokesman said: “We are very proud of this season of concerts, with something for everyone, from jazz, to blues, folk to rock, and all points in-between.”