Harpenden Concert Band

Harpenden Concert Band is open to any adult who plays a wind instrument or percussion. There are no auditions and no grade requirements, and it rehearses weekly on Tuesday evenings. The band is self-funding and not-for-profit. All members pay termly subs that cover the purchase of music, hire of rehearsal venue, hire of concert venue and professional fees. The age range of band members currently spans 65 years! As well as performing three concerts a year, the band regularly performs at local community events. It has played at the Christmas Carnival in Harpenden and at Larks in the Parks on several occasions. Its Brass section plays annually at Redbourn Christmas Market, and it also plays at a number of local school fetes and other private events.

Abbie Gathard

My name is Abbie Gathard. I’m a pop, singer songwriter and guitarist from Hertfordshire. I started playing guitar when I was 12 and fell in love with music ever since. My influences are KT Tunstall, Taylor Swift and Katie Melua, to name a few. I studied music at college for 2 year, then continuing at college to study an HNC and HND course in music and finished my final year at The University of Hertfordshire studying ‘Songwriting and Music Production’, receiving my ‘bachelor of science degree’ in 2018.

Since then I have been performing at different events around the UK, mostly around Hertfordshire and released an Ep in January 2020 called ‘Taking Chances’. In March 2022, my single ‘To my valentine’ came out, all music is available to listen now on all music platforms.  I’m currently working on new music and can’t wait for everyone to hear

John Knowles

John’s repertoire spans eight decades from the fifties to the present day and includes nearly 2,000 songs. Feel free to request your favourite song as he loves a challenge! He also writes his own songs and has released two albums, available on all download sites including Alexa.


Missing the Ferry

Missing The Ferry are three brothers from Redbourn and their best friend who perform a variety of Irish and Irish-influenced music as well as writing original songs about identity and belonging. With inspiration as diverse as Brendan Shine, The Pogues and The Stone Roses their mission is to get people dancing and thinking. Anyone who has ever missed, or nearly missed, the Dublin-bound ferry from Holyhead will get the name. Don’t be Missing The Ferry yourselves today!

Redbourn Jazz

Redbourn Jazz Band is a traditional jazz band, playing classic New Orleans / Dixieland music.

Find us in Facebook and Lemonrock, or see us at the Hollybush pub on Wednesdays.

Kings of Herts

The Kings of Herts are a chorus singing four part a cappella. We focus on barbershop arrangements but sing a wide range of musical styles for example folk, sea shanties, gospel, country, etc. We are a relaxed group with a strong emphasis on fun but we aim to achieve a high standard of singing and compete nationally.

We regularly sing at local events and social gatherings, parties, weddings, shows, etc and often at the pub – if we have been booked or not!!! Please contact us at [email protected] for more information

Blissful thinking

Four chaps and a gal from St Albans, via The Midlands, The North & NYC.  A collaboration of different musical forces, joined together to form Blissful Thinking. A mix of pop and rock from The Beatles to Sam Fender, with a bit of 80s and 90s in between.

Redbourn Folk Group

‘ Traditional, Contemporary & Folk Rock’ from some of the regular performers at the Folk Club

Katie’s Jumping Fleas

St Albans’ original and favourite ukulele band

Snorite Saxaphone Quartet

Based in London, Sonorité Quartet are a vibrant and young saxophone quartet striving to make the world of classical saxophone music more accessible to the everyday listener. The quartet formed out of close friendship first, which can be seen unmistakably in our performances, sharing a passion for chamber music together and playing a wide range of repertoire from Minimalism to Musical Theatre classics.

St Albans Morris dancers

St Albans Morris are a friendly, mixed side of Morris dancers who have been dancing the Cotswold tradition around Hertfordshire and beyond since 1930. We practise every Monday through the winter months and new members are always welcome. 

Redbourn Primary School Choir

Children from Redbourn Primary School will be singing a variety of Christmas songs which we hope will lift your spirits and get you the Christmas mood.  The children are aged 7-11 years old and love to sing! Feel free to join in to any you know

StAlbans Music School