Latest line-up announcements for rock, pop and dance acts!
In addition to our returning acts, 2018 is shaping up to be another great year for the rock, pop and dance genre with the following acts taking to the stage.
Singer-songwriter Rose Betts is from London. This girl and her piano defiantly blur genres, demand attention and, for a minute, make you forget the mania of modern life. And with a backdrop of Bayards Fort on Saturday, you should be able to do just that!
Milly Upton is a beautiful re-imagining of a 70s west coast songstress, somewhere between Rickie Lee Jones and Joni Mitchell. On stage she slinks around with her band, delivering timeless, well-crafted songs. Having played Glastonbury last year, you can see her at Bayards Fort on Sunday.
Looking for a party band with a difference? Then look no further than I Love Amp. With over 70 years collective experience in the music industry and a repertoire that spans pretty much everything, you’re bound to hear something you like! Make sure you see them at The Bandstand on Friday.
Kelly and Kelvin are The Peas, a multitasking guitar and double bass vocal duo, with no rules, the wrong chords but the right melody. Delivering upbeat fun with the added use of kazoos, mouth trumpet and vocal harmonies, you have two opportunities to see them at The Guildhall and the Harbour Bar at the Castle Hotel on Sunday.
Three-piece rock band Ethyrfield play their own music with one or two covers thrown in. Their impressive history for a band so young includes winning the under 19s category in the national Rock The House competition and being mentored by founding Black Sabbath member Tony Iommi. Make sure you take time to see them at the Market Square on Saturday.
Singer songwriter Callum Gardner has been gigging and recording at venues such as Kensington Roof Gardens, Century Clun and The Troubadour. The accomplished young solo artist has interesting jazzy chord structures and thoughtful lyrical content. Go see him at the Market Square on Saturday.