The 2013 Kirkstall Festival will take place on Saturday 13th July in the grounds of the 12th Century Kirkstall Abbey. The Festival is probably the largest community festival in Leeds run entirely by volunteers. Last year it attracted around 16,000 people.
It’s for people of all ages with events including:
Over 100 stalls
8 performance areas
Rock, Classical, Jazz, Folk and Light music
Food and Drink
*NEW* Cloister Comedy and Cabaret Club *NEW*
And, as usual, Adel and Wharfedale Labour Party will have a stall there – selling everything from books to plants and produce, clothing to CDs.
The Festival receives a small proportion of its funding from Council grants, but is mainly self-financing raising money from the stalls, food franchises, fairground and programme sales.
£2 for a programme on your way in – a small amount to pay for a days entertainment!
Come along and enjoy a great day – this year, by the look of the forecast, in the sun.