The Big Weekend
Sunday June 28th
The Parish Field
Yoga 10 - 11am, music 12 noon - 3pm
As the summer festival draws to a close, join us for a relaxed Sunday lunchtime with friends and enjoy a coffee, a glass of wine or local real ale from the bar on the Parish Field. Bring your own picnic and chairs and maybe an umbrella!
Enjoy the chilled out music on offer from The Simpletones and Sabina Marr.
Once again this concert is free but donations towards future Market Bosworth Festival events are encouraged.
Yoga 10am - 11am
Start your relaxed Sunday with a free yoga session with Josh Leeson
Josh teaches locally and will run a class, suitable for novices or more experienced yoga enthusiasts.
“I intend to create a well-rounded class that will be both stimulating and relaxing, anchored in the concept of mindful movement and whilst it is ideal for beginners, there will be plenty for the more experienced to enjoy. The class will encourage participants to reunite with their own breath as they explore conscious, introspective movement which will leave everyone feeling centred and refreshed (and ready for some live music!)”.
Arrive at the Parish Field by 9.45 am to secure your place and complete a form. The class will be held under cover if wet.
Bring your own water and mat.
You can read more here about Joshua.
Musical programme, 12 noon - 3pm
are an award-winning four-piece acapella and Barbershop group from Leicester. With a repertoire spanning decades, from classic Barbershop to original arrangements of modern Pop, The Simpletones appeal to all ages. Established in 2011, this professional and charismatic group have performed at many high-profile events and festivals all over the UK, as well as on live radio.
is a vocalist and acoustic guitarist, performing in her own laid back easy listening style. Her repertoire will cover songs by Van Morrison, The Beatles, George Ezra, Norah Jones and Amy Winehouse.
Originally from Market Bosworth Sabina is currently completing her MA in Music Therapy at the University of Limerick. Once qualified she plans to use music as a therapeutic tool for children and adults with disabilities, mental health issues, and in dementia and palliative care.
The final running order will be available nearer the time