Silsden Proms on the Farm

17th July 2021

Proms on the Farm 2021

It is with great disappointment that we have to announce that the 2021 Proms on the Farm event on 17th July is cancelled due to the extension of the Covid restrictions to July 19th. We have tried to rearrange for a later date in August but this unfortunately was not possible.

We remain optimistic and committed to bringing Proms on the Farm back to Silsden so have booked Saturday 16th July 2022. Please put this date in your diaries for a fantastic evening of music, community gathering and raising money for the 2 charities who we have not been able to help in recent years.

Thank you for your support

See you next year!

Proms on the Farm Team

Back after a 4 year break with a new organising team and new venue. The new team has representatives from the Silsden and Steeton Sue Ryder Manorlands Support Group and Silsden Methodist Church.

If you haven't been before then come along and enjoy and evening of music from Tewit Silver Band, The Swing City Big Band and 1960 Four band and soloists Sarah Halstead and April Grime. There will be included a selection from Last Night of the Proms so don't forget your flags.

You can book a space to erect a Gazebo or just bring a chair and sit in the arena. Don't forget your food and drink. The field is open from 2.00pm for you to set up the Gazebo with the music starting at 6.30 -11.00pm. See the Ticket page information on pricing and where to purchase tickets.

There will be a prize for the best dressed gazebo, and yourselves, so please get your thinking caps on. We look forward to seeing the results! See pictures from previous events on the Gallery page.

There will be an Auction, a Raffle and a Bottle Tombola stall and all proceeds from the evening will go to Sue Ryder Manorlands and Silsden Methodist Church to help support the Community work.

For further information email

The present team would like to thank the previous group who organised 13 very successful evenings and photos of past events can be found on the Gallery page and John Liddle's blog.

See location page for more information

We hope you enjoy the evening and help us raise money for the charities.