Roll up, roll up for the hottest tickets in town

James Kreiling and Janneke Brits, performers at the upcoming Hebden Bridge Piano Festival
James Kreiling and Janneke Brits, performers at the upcoming Hebden Bridge Piano Festival

Excitement is building for the inaugural Hebden Bridge Piano Festival, and music fans will soon be able to get their tickets.

The three-day festival, which will take place from April 19-21, will be the first major music event to he held in the brand new town hall extension.

On Tuesday, April 2, the Piano Festival box office will open in the town hall foyer.

It will be open from 11am until 3pm daily until the end of the festival.

Organiser Dave Nelson said: “Tickets for some concerts have been selling fairly quickly online, and may possibly sell out before the box office opens.

“I‘d suggest people get along to the box office as soon as it opens in order to avoid any possible disappointment.”

Tickets are priced between £1 and £12. Weekend passes are available for £55 (£45 concessions).

Ticket purchases need to be made by cash or cheque, as unfortunately the festival cannot yet accept payment by debit or credit card.

Tickets will also continue to be available online and by post.

Any enquiries should be emailed to hbpianofest@gmail.com or call 01422 417300 during box office hours.

For more information and the full programme of concerts taking place during the festival, visit www.hebdenbridgepianofestival.com.