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Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival 2024 line up

Friday 12th July 2024

Main stage

6.30pm to 8pm - AJB3

8.30pm to 10pm - Jack Broadbent

Late night acts in the bar tent

10pm to 11pm -The RagPickers

11pm to midnight -Farino


Saturday 13th July 2024

Main stage

12:30pm to 2pm - To be confirmed

2:30pm to 4pm - Ben Beattie Presents: The Story of Chess Records

4:30pm to 6pm - Rosie Frater-Taylor

6:30pm to 8pm - Joe Stilgoe

8:30pm to 10pm - Errol Linton

Hall performances

12:45pm to 1:45pm - Simon Cunliffe-Lister and family, Michael Nagaska

3:30pm to 4:30pm - Jess Lawson and Phil Simpson

Late night acts in the bar tent

10pm to 11pm - Swing 42

11pm to midnight -The Alligators


Sunday 14th July 2024

Main stage

10:30am to 12pm - Carlos Olmos and Matt Smith

12:30pm to 2pm - Carioca Soul

2:30pm to 4pm - New York Brass Band

4:30pm to 6pm - Ben Beattie's After Midnight Band with Simon Cunliffe-Lister

Hall performances

12pm to 1pm - Ben Beattie

1:30pm to 2:30pm - Matt Smith and Carlos Olmos

3pm to 4pm - Sam Martyn


Joe Stilgoe

Saturday 13th July, 6:30pm to 8pm, main stage

'Musical virtuosity with a swashbuckling stage presence' The Guardian

'A very British Harry Connick Jr' The Sunday Times

'Musical virtuoso' The Independent

'A truly remarkable singer songwriter, not to mention outstanding piano player...I thank you for creating that most exciting of moments when, as a lover of good music, you know you have seen and heard something remarkable' Sir Michael Parkinson

Joe Stilgoe is a true modern-day entertainer, known globally as a performer of wit, style and a level of musicianship which has seen him recognised as one of the best singer-pianists in the world. An enticing mix of his heroes Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole and Dudley Moore, Joe is known for writing songs that sound like they've been around for years and for adapting classics and making them sound like they've just been written.

Five of Joe's albums have topped the UK Jazz chart. He appears at the Royal Albert Hall, the Lyric Hammersmith and Ronnie Scotts; performs with orchestras and bands including The John Wilson Orchestra, RPO, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Big Band and RTE; and is in royal demand, he was asked to perform for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's 70th wedding anniversary at Windsor. Joe works extensively on radio, hosting and starring in BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night and being a regular guest and presenter on JazzFM, Radio 3 and 4.

Errol Linton

Saturday 13th July, 8:30pm-10pm, main stage

'The greatest British blues performing artist' Cerys Matthews

'Just wonderful...the whole thing' Uncut Magazine

'Rich. Original. Beautiful.' Mojo

Ever since John Walters declared Errol Linton the 'future of British Blues' back in 1993 this Brixton born gentleman has been plying his trade and perfecting his art at home and across the world. Over the decades Errol has collaborated and played with many musical greats from the blues world and beyond including Bo Diddley, Tony Allen, Abram Wilson, Doctor John, Screaming Jay Hawkins and most recently US guitar supremo Joe Bonamassa.

After 30 years as a singer, songwriter and the world's best harmonica player Errol has and his exceptional band are still amongst the hardest working groups in Britain, performing regular sell out shows in London and headlining music festivals including Cerys Matthews' Good Life Festival in Wales. Errol's band comprises some of the music industry's most sought after and respected musicians. In the words of author and journalist Garth Cartwright, 'that Errol Linton leads the best blues band in Britain. Or, perhaps that should read, the best band in Britain.'