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Swindon Bowl Concerts

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Country of origin  UK
Genre  Concerts, entertainment
Created by  Swindon Borough Council

Swindon Bowl Concerts are a series of concerts which take place every summer at the Old Town Bowl in Swindon. This picturesque outdoor venue has the capacity to hold 1000 audience members.



  • Dervish - Saturday 16 June
  • Nucleus Roots - Saturday 30 June
  • City of London Sinfonia - Saturday 7 July
  • Baka Beyond featuring Baka Gbine - Saturday 14 July
  • Lembher Hussainpuri - Saturday 28 July
  • Alex Wilson Salsa Orchestra - Saturday 11 August
  • 2008

  • Chumbawamba
  • Albert Nyathi
  • Merengada
  • Trans-Global Underground
  • 2009

  • Soothsayers - Saturday 14 June
  • Groupo Lokito - Saturday 4 July
  • Sukshinda Shinda - Saturday 25 July
  • King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys - Saturday 8 August
  • 2010

    This year saw the normal line up of concerts change direction with World Music which had heavily featured in the past taking a break to make way for a more commercial line up. The Family Concert was voted best local family event of 2010 by readers of the Swindon Advertiser

  • Acoustic Concert- Saturday 22 May starred Sandi Thom
  • Silent Disco - Friday 4 June
  • Family Concert - The Ex-Factor - Saturday 3 July. Starred Rachael Adedeji and Same Difference
  • 80's Night at the Bowl -Saturday 7 August. Featuring A Night of Dirty Dancing (Live stage show) and Bucks Fizz.
  • 2011

  • The Family Concert - Saturday 21 May. Starring S Club Reuinion, 5ive, Stacey Solomon, Scooch and The Scarletz.
  • 80's Night at the Bowl - Saturday 4 June. Starring Sonia Evans, Hazell Dean and Limahl.
  • 10CC - Saturday 16 July with original member Graham Gouldman
  • The Singer Songwriter Concert - Saturday 21 August. ex Mike and the Mechanics front man Paul Carrack with support from Sarah Gillespie Trio, Ben Montague Band and Theo Altieri.
  • The Classical Concert (Saturday 27 August) see the Wiltshire & Swindon Youth Orchestrea team up with rising classical star Camilla Kerslake.
  • References

    Swindon Bowl Concerts Wikipedia