Trowbridge Midsummer Festival Shines Through the Showers

The hundreds of people who attended the Trowbridge Midsummer Festival on Saturday 15th June, were not deterred by morning and afternoon bouts of rain. In spite of the weather, Trowbridge Town Council and Trowbridge Town Hall Trust’s event was once again a lively celebration held in the town park.
Over 1,000 people attended the event, and there were over forty food and drink vendors at the event, including a lively food market hosted by Vegan Fairs. Throughout the day, guests were kept entertained with live music, child-friendly activities, and a range of entertainment performances.
Mayor of Trowbridge Stephen Cooper said he was happy with the occasion. He commended the large number of food and drink sellers, many of whom were local, who significantly boosted the local economy, and mentioned the amazing music programme for the evening.
With performances by Jelly Fish Theatre, Familia De La Noche, the Last Baguette Theatre Company, the SASS Circus School, and other groups, the entertainment was varied and exciting. Aerial silks, face painting, juggling, puppetry, stiltwalkers, and even a bubbleologist were appreciated by the guests. The Clarity Community Choir, Trowbridge Ukulele Club, Starry Eyes Performance Foundation, Trowbridge Town Singers, Peace Choir, and Rock Choir displayed their talents on the community stage located in the Town Hall Sensory Garden. The Renewal Gospel Choir, Daisy Chapman, Frankisoul, and headliner The Entitled Sons lit up the main stage that evening. Overall, the Trowbridge Midsummer Festival was a vibrant and joyous event, bringing the community together and creating lasting memories, rain or shine.

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