IMPORTANT - CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the Coronavirus, this year’s Zero Degrees Festival will no longer take place as planned between 19 June to 5 July.
While this is still some months away, the current crisis means that we are unable to commit to artists and venues and our larger scale outdoor events will inevitably need to be cancelled on health and safety grounds. We will be holding a series of online /virtual events which will be listed on our Facebook page and website.
Read the full press announcement here...
Louth's Zero Degrees Festival
The Zero Degrees Festival is a celebration of the arts, music, dance, and comedy taking place in various venues around the beautiful, historic market town of Louth in Lincolnshire. Among the many events we hold during the two-week long festival is Party in the Pews, Music at Free Degrees outside the King's Head, the new Outfields Music Fest , Spout Yard World Music and the Vintage Day. The festival is run by volunteers and this year we have had public funding from East Lindsey District Councillors as well as sponsorship from local companies and donations from individuals.
So Much Entertainment
Music features throughout the Festival from orchestral, choral, acoustic, rockabilly and pop. We have something for every taste.
Dance features throughout the Festival from ballet, jazz, street and 40s. Every age group is included from tinies to older adults, all having fun!
Covering a number of mediums including painting and sculpture. The Spout Yard Gallery will have a resident artist as well as individual exhibitions.
With comedy shows and comedy nights Louth is in for a treat over the festival fortnight. Comedians popular on the circuit will be coming to Louth to give us a good laugh!