Emily Estelle and mum Sue are organising a picnic prom in their garden in aid of Isabel Hospice to honour much-missed father and husband John.
Organisers back up their claim to be the country's most dog-friendly festival by partnering with pet food brand Barking Heads.
Sign of the Times on August 20-21 will also feature Ash, Peter Hook, Cast, Black Grape, Alabama 3, Wilko Johnson and DJs including Trevor Nelson.
Mercury Prize nominees Georgia and Moses Boyd, BRIT Awards Rising Star winner Griff and Pale Waves are also joining the party.
The Castalian String Quartet and the London Philharmonic Orchestra are among the acts performing when Saffron Hall reopens this summer
They will kick off series of four open-air concerts in same weekend as James Blunt, Van Morrison and Last Night of the Proms featuring Russell Watson.
August 3-day festival in Great Amwell also features Secret Affair, The Skids, Big Country, Sham 69, Bad Manners, Hugh Cornwell and The Blockheads.
The music festival just seven miles from Stortford will celebrate its 17th birthday in July with its signature brand of entertainment.
The band's determination not to sit around waiting for live opportunities to arise during lockdown has reaped rich rewards.
17 members of Stortford’s Rock Choir joined forces with more than 4,500 UK choristers to record an uplifting track.
Professional singers, community bands, primary school choirs and a pipe major feature in Stort Valley Rotary's Virtual Christmas Carol Show.
Watch Herts & Soul Community Choir perform a mix of traditional songs and carols with seasonal pop, rock and folk in Virtual Christmas Concert
Uncle Funk's Disco Inferno will be streamed exclusively to online ticket holders for 10 nights from December 23 until New Year's Day.
Bishop’s Stortford Choral Society offers music lovers the chance to join with them to sing Handel’s great oratorio this winter.
Musicians from worlds of classical and jazz music come together to form programme of concerts as Saffron Hall prepares to reopen for live performances
Saffron Walden concert hall to welcome back audiences from October 9 with aim of being 'beacon of hope' for performers and other venues.