JAM on the Marsh is an annual multi-arts festival built around Kent’s magnificent Romney Marsh. Each year in early July, JAM on the Marsh spans the Romney Marsh from Dungeness to Hythe. The famous medieval Marsh churches are true beacons of culture and history; they are the heart of the festival.
JAM on the Marsh 2020
The festival will run from 3 to 11 July and, as ever, expect the unexpected. For this year, events will include music and exhibitions. Full details of events and how to book tickets will be revealed soon, but to whet your appetite, here are some of the acts that will be coming to Romney Marsh in July: Gesualdo 6, the Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, Jon Foreman and Carsten Birkebaek’s photographic exhibition of last year’s beach art and the world premiere of Paul Mealor‘s first Piano Concerto performed by the London Mozart Players, John Frederick Hudson, conducted by Festival Curator, Michael Bawtree.
Bring Your Own event to JAM on the Marsh
JAM on the Marsh also hosts a Bring Your Own scheme, which enables creators to bring an event to the festival. Please click the button below for more information on how to submit to the BYO scheme.