Purchase tickets for the full series of 8 concerts, and membership for the discounted price £66 full price and £58 concessions. This will save you £14 for the series on non member full priced tickets and £22 for concessionary priced tickets.
Purchase membership (£8 per person) and then buy the tickets for the concerts you wish to come to.
You can apply for membership using our online form.
How to book tickets for each concert
Purchase tickets for individual concerts using our online form.
Buy on the night at the concert, please call 01702 215624 to check availability.
Purchase in advance by phone on 01702 215011 – please note during your call you will be directed to a secure automated payment line.
Purchase in advance at:
Visitors’ Information Centre, Southend Pier (Summer season Mon to Sun 9am to 5pm) (Winter season Wed to Sun 9am to 5pm)
Allegro Music, 252 London Road, Westcliff (Mon to Sat 9am to 5.30pm, Sun 11am to 5pm)
Plaza Centre, 600 Southchurch Road, Southend (Mon to Fri 9am to 2pm)
Thameside Mummers perform traditional Mumming plays locally and nationally throughout the year. They meet and rehearse in Old Leigh on Wednesday evenings. New members welcome. See them on Youtube and Facebook. Contact thamesidemummers @gmail.com
FEB 26th – MARCH 1st 2021
PARK INN PALACE SOUTHEND
An exciting and packed 3 days of Roots music.
Blues, Cajun, Rockabilly, Bluegrass, Funk, English Folk, Colombian, Afro Cuban, West African, Irish Folk, Vallenato, Hillbilly, Trad Jazz, Brasilian, Southern Soul, and everything inbetween.
Darrel Higham and the Enforcers
Europe’s major Rockabilly artist. As Brian Setzer says ‘One of the top 10 Rockabilly guitarists in the world’"
Glenn Doran and The Prairie Echoes
Playing authentic Hank Williams period Hillbilly Bop. You’ll have your boots tappin' when they step it up and go!
Big Boy Bloater
“One of the great blues men of our time”
Jools Holland, BBC
"Emerging from the important Thames Delta Blues Rock scene of the 70’s, with an enormous back catalogue. He is indeed the Rockabilly Blues & Soulman" Enough said.
One Tree Hillbillies
"Bluegrass that will shake you down, tingle your spine and put a huge smile on your face"
The Famous Potatoes
'What is the Famous Potatoes style? Well it’s an earthy mix made up of folk, celtic, cajun, hillbilly, bluegrass, country, rockabilly, skiffle… and anything that brings that ‘old time, good time’.
Martin McNeill’s Bottleneck Blues Band
"One of the country's best bottleneck blues players, ever. Incredible playing, absolutely fantastic..." DOUG WELCH BBC Radio Kent
"Irish Country chart-topping singer and songwrier. Good time Irish footstomping music."
“Jen Kearney’s…versatility is outstanding, whether it’s on rock-edged material that she pulls from the heart, or R&B-infused songs that she pulls from the soul.” Steve Morse (Billboard, Rolling Stone)
The Silver Darlings
The Silver Darlings are a 7 part, all-female, sea shanty crew based in Essex. They bring our own brand of enthusiasm coupled with beautiful harmonies and actively encourage participation, ensuring a Silver Darlings performance is one never to be missed
Folk/Bluess singer-songwriter and also part of the Ric Sanders Trio, Vo has his own unique style.
Mucky Dennis Trio
From country and skiffle to folk, obscurities to self penned Mucky Dennis and the Grifters ply their brand of good time shuffle. Micky Denny’s variable band delivers a raucous mix, channeling the spirit of such luminaries as the The Pogues, Jonny Cash and Tom Waits.
The Southend Boys’ and Girls’ Choirs will be presenting a Celebration of Spring Concert on Sunday 29th March, 4pm at Kings Road UR Church, Westcliff on Sea. The concert includes singers from the age of 6 to 26! The choirs will be joined by the “Step Up Choir” of younger singers, the Southend Young Men’s Chorus and their ladies’ chamber choir, Chorus Sirenum. The massed voices will be performing songs from stage and screen, folk songs, gospel numbers and much more. Tickets are on sale now from 01702 465460 or online at brown paper tickets southendchoirs-spring.bpt.me Tickets cost £7 for adults and just £1 for children aged 16 and under. Future concerts by the choirs will include performing in the Southwold Festival in Suffolk, and singing at St Martin in the Fields, London in the summer.