Bluegrass and Old-time Music Festival

12-14th May 2017

News

Stay up to date with the latest from Crossover.

Open Mic

There will be open mic slots between 5pm and 7pm on Saturday the 13th. Anyone can sign up if you've got tickets for the festival.

You can sign up at reception upon arrival. Slots are allocated on a first come first served basis. Slots are 15-20 minutes.


Concert and Workshop times

Concert and workshop times are now available. You can see who's playing when by following this link.


Message to dog owners

As previously stated, there is a limit to the amount of dogs that we are allowed on the festival site, so people were asked to contact us if they wanted to bring their dog, People have done just that, so now all dog spaces have been taken.

Sorry to those who wanted to bring their dog with them- we will update you if any of these people decide not to bring their dog with them after all, so we can release these spaces.

In the meantime, here's a list of kennels in the area (Unfortunately, we cannot give any information about the kennels, as we don't live in this area so haven't used them for our dogs yet (who will also be in kennels during the festival) but we're sure you will find kennels suitable for your canine friend).

Many thanks!


Introducing Crossover

The Crossover Festival is the newest stop on the North West festival circuit. Featuring a mix of Bluegrass and Old-time music, Crossover plays host to some of the best bands from within the United Kingdom.

Nestled in the heart of beautiful Cheshire The Clonter Opera Theatre is the perfect venue. Boasting an impressive 400 seater concert auditorium, multiple beatifully decorated rooms (which will be used to full effect as picking, session and eating areas) and masses of outdoor space, Crossover is proud to call the Clonter Opera theatre the home base for our first festival.

Tickets are on sale soon but be sure to browse the website and sign up to our newsletter for more information.

We can't wait to see you there!