The promoters of the international festival IF: Milton Keynes have confirmed their full program of events.
New for 2021, the festival bill is expected to offer music, comedy and outdoor performances in the open air amphitheater in Campbell Park, as well as circus, dance, theater, facilities. , family events and a digital program.
The festival will run from Saturday July 10 to Friday July 30.
The 2021 Milton Keynes International Festival returns to the city’s parks and green spaces, public plazas and shopping destinations, including the center: mk with a longer festival giving the public plenty of time and money. space to meet again for events.
This year’s Milton Keynes International Festival schedule reflects the extraordinary times we live in with a mix of outdoor live music, dance and performance, happy and free family events, site-specific transformative facilities, ephemeral performances and a digital program including concerts and recorded interviews live from The Stables, with the Wavendon-based venue serving as producers of the Festival.
Six works of performance art in public places in Milton Keynes had already been confirmed.
Other events include a standing show with Russell Kane, Angela Barnes and Rich Hall, outdoor music sessions at the stables, a two-piece adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest, the dance performance by Jeanefer Jean-Charles exploring the pre-Black Wind history in the UK, and other dance, music, theater and art events for people of all ages.
Monica Ferguson, Festival Director and CEO of The Stables, said: “We have worked hard to shape a festival that is safe for visitors, performers and our entire team. The facilities provide space and time for reflection and it’s great to play our part in helping to bring live events to life for everyone to enjoy.
The safety of the public, artists, volunteers and staff is at the forefront of Festival planning. In addition to following all government and industry guidelines, we work closely with specialist security advisers to ensure all event venues are safe and secure by Covid for all. The main measures include pre-booking tickets for some free shows and events. Reservations and other updates can be found on the Festival website: www.ifmiltonkeynes.org. “
The majority of events are FREE, but for many, potential attendees still need to book a ticket so the numbers can be managed.
A full list of planned events, including booking details, is available at www.ifmiltonkeynes.org