Mar 1, 2022
Open Arts Festival is coming on Saturday 26th of March

The first festival of the spring season is coming on Saturday 26th of March in Mill Gardens (adjacent to the River Leam) in the heart of town.

This is a ticketed event running from 12:30 pm – 06:00 pm and on stage, you will find a fantastic line-up of Leamington’s latest singer songwriters, stand up comedians and musical theatre performers!

Bring along your rugs, outdoor chairs and jackets – it’s going to be an eventful day!

With the delights of Leamington’s SPA BRASS BAND to set the tone for an incredible line up of local musical talent – featuring CJ WOOD accompanied by JAMES PRINCE, legendary folk singer songwriter STEPHEN BOYER with incredible guitarist MICK COX and the superstar TAYLOR-LOUISE.

This is an outdoor music concert produced by OAF! and LeamLive that is suitable for all audiences. This particular event focuses on those of incredible talent in the region, their latest original music from bands such as OVERCLIFF and RATTLESNAKE.

And to conclude the evening, we share a powerful 2-hour production by THROUGH THE ROOF THEATRE COMPANY with their latest musical arrangement of west end productions for you to tap your feet, clap your hands and perhaps, just maybe, pop out of your seat for a boogie.

Plus a special guest appearance from Midlands Best MC and crackin’ stand-up comedian – OKSE!

Set in Mill Gardens in Leamington Spa, gates open 12:30pm, concludes at 6pm. Food and Drink vendors are available onsite.

We recommend bringing along your rugs, chairs and blankets… and the spirit to enjoy a music concert in the gardens with your family and friends.


Organiser: OAF!


Venue: Mill Gardens, Willes Rd, Royal Leamington Spa, CV31 1BN

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