Chorley Live –

A weekend of music and entertainment

Chorley Live is back for its fifth year. Chorley Council has teamed up once again with The Creative Network to hold the weekend event which has proved to be a massive hit for the last four years bringing over 9,000 people into the town over the two days last year.

The new venues taking part this year are The Emporium on Peter Street, Lost bar & Club on Fazakerley Street, Chain Stitch on Market Street, Cunliffe Hall on Cunliffe Street, Grandad Jim’s Sweet Shoppe and Flat iron both on Cleveland Street.


The wristbands will enable people to gain entry to all the venues over both days are now on sale from all the acts and also the venues, with the exception of the Town Hall, but can be purchased from the Union Street offices instead. They can also be purchased from The Bob Inn and Bees Country Kitchen in the covered market and also Malcolm’s Musicland.

Wristbands cost £5, with children under 12 having free access with adults. Wristbands can be purchased using Time Credits, at 8 time credits per wristband, from Union Street offices only.

This year looks set to be another fantastic two days of entertainment so make sure you don’t miss out.

“Fantastic seeing this last night,
the high street was filled with
wonderful sounds!”

“Wasn’t it brilliant to see it so busy…
The whole town centre was buzzing.”