Saturday Nights in the Marquee 7pm
29th May, April Moon
Bank Holiday Monday 31st
At 8pm in the Marquee
The Gary Potter Quartet, featuring Micky Dunne and Eddy Binstead on rhythm guitar and Rae Owens on double bass.
This is a ticketed performance. Tickets from https://www.seetickets.com/event/the-gary-potter-quartet/the-junction/1856411
Tickets £9 + booking fee.
Our regular indoor events are currently suspended until changes in Government guidance allows them to continue.
Acoustic Jam Session
Late afternoon/Early evening drift in from 7.30 onwards for a gathering of assorted artists for practice and bonding – in the best musical sense of the word.
Wooden Horse Folk Club
8.30pm Every Sunday Excl. B. Hols. Upstairs, small cover charge. Click for more info
1pm on the last Sunday of every month Click for more info
Ukulele Group Night – Cancelled UFN
7.00pm for 7.30pm start (prompt), Upstairs in the Function Suite. Click for more info
First Thursday of every month in the main lounge from 9pm onwards. “Come and enjoy the Craic!”
Blues Open Mic
Last Thursday of every month 9pm. Open Mic dedicated to Blues music.
Register opens 8pm. Click for more info
Open Mic - currently suspended
Every Friday night from 9pm onwards.
Register from 8pm by name on blackboard, first come first served no advanced booking.
Live music only, no backing tracks, drum machines etc.
Covid controls are in place. Please bring your own instruments and microphone.
Find us on findanopenmic.com
The Junction Ukulele Group - currently suspended
Every Thursday – Upstairs 7.00pm for 7.30pm
The Junction Ukulele Group It’s FUN and it’s FREE!!!
The extremely popular Junction Ukulele Group goes from strength to strength.
We regret that due to the fantastic success of the group we now have a waiting list for prospective members.
Please contact Chris or Frank on :
07906 058682 For further details.
Wooden Horse Folk Club - currently suspended
Every Sunday Night, Except Bank Holidays – 8.30pm
Upstairs in the Function Suite Small cover charge
After five years spent ‘in exile’ in Billinge, the Wooden Horse Folk Club has now returned to The Junction, a natural home for music makers.
With residents Quartz, Loctuptogether, and Mark Dowding the Club boasts a rich core of talented musicians and singers, to which are added, for ‘Singers Nights’, an eclectic mixture of members and visitors, musicians, singers, poets, and some who come just to listen, creating a Folk Club which caters for all tastes.
Full programme of events on the club’s website – click to visit
Beaufort Jazz - currently suspended
First Monday of every month – 8pm – admission £1
Upstairs in the Function Suite
Providing a regular fix for jazz guitar enthusiasts in the North West
It’s an open-mic night, with all-comers welcome to turn up with a guitar* and take the stage before an appreciative audience of like-minded fans.
The evening starts promptly at eight, and runs on to a reluctant close around 11:00pm. Organised by a committee of dedicated jazz fans, these evenings can be unpredictable but they are always inspirational, with memorable performances from many musicians prominent on the North West jazz scene, as well as from highly-encouraged amateur players.
The atmosphere is warm and friendly so, if you are a jazz guitar aficionado, or you just love to listen, or you are just starting your journey with jazz guitar, Beaufort Jazz at the Junction is where you belong, on the first Monday of every month.
* Other instruments are very welcome too, it’s just that most of us are guitar nuts.
BlueGrass - currently suspended
Every Wednesday evening Nashville comes to Rainford, from 9pm onwards, downstairs.
A group of Junction regulars get together for a finger-picking toe-tapping banjo jam session.
Lots of old-time favourites in a true country style. Come and be amazed by the finger picking.
Fill your electric vehicle with a barrel full of power
The “EV Junction Sunday” takes place at The Junction car park from 1pm on every last Sunday of the month. EV owners will show off their rides and educate ICE (internal combustion engine) owners on the positive virtues of EVs.
The Junction pub in Rainford is the first public house in Merseyside and Lancashire to provide free electric vehicle (EV) charge points for customers to use. The two chargers have been tastefully incorporated into 200 litre whiskey barrels located at the rear of the Junction pub.