Main Stage

- De Fuego -

De Fuego is a sensational guitar duo, playing energetic instrumental flamenco and rumba-based music. The group has come a long way since coming together in 2010 and their humble beginnings as buskers in London’s markets. Check out their track "Hummingbird" below!

- Pirate Joe / The Foreign locals  -

A one man band and a rarity in artistry these days, Joe is the epitome of a musical alchemist, connecting with his audience as a conductor would an orchestra, or a Captain and his loyal crew. An old soul on young shoulders, blessed with the ‘spirit of the blues’ and a voice to match,

This is surely not one to miss at the 2018 event!

- Uprising  -

An energetic Indie/Rock 4 piece band hailing from Norwich, England. They touch on those Britpop bangers by Blur, Oasis, and Pulp but also bring a healthy dose of ROCK! With classics from The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Foo Fighters and even Metallica!

- Shyer  -

A Cambridgian foursome playing upbeat originals with catchy riffs and melodic hooks. Reminiscent of 90s female-fronted alt rock - think 'Letters to Cleo', 'The Audience' and a heavier 'The Sundays'.

- History & Lore -

- Mammal Not Fish -

Blending Indie Rock with undertones of Funk and Reggae, Mammal Not Fish is a fresh new four piece band born from Norwich. With funky riffs, driving bass lines, catchy lyrics and rhythms you can’t help dancing to, this is one band you are going to want to see live.

- Falling from Tree's  -

Falling From Trees are an acoustic three piece hailing from Norwich! The band’s roots can be traced back through several iterations and many more instruments. They are the culmination of these projects, bringing together a folk sensibility with jazzy and soulful vocals!

Check out their song entitled "On and On" Below!

- The Skipyard Rockers -

The Skipyard rockers really know how to please a crowd!, With a huge variety of different instruments and voices, they create a well polished Reggae vibe! We loved watching them play at our 2009, 2014 and 2017 event! Check them out below:

- Dick York & the Originals  -

- Top Banana  -

Top Banana are a 'show band' who guarantee a good time, with tunes from the 60's, 70's and 80's, as well as a few more up-to-date numbers. They have one rule on picking songs - you have to be able to dance to everything they play! 

- The SweetBeats  -

The SweetBeats are an 8 piece RockSteady dance band, the melodic and soulful missing link between early '60s upbeat SKA and the chilled-down Reggae music of early '70s Jamaica - topped with an occasional frosting of Dub.

- Much more to be announced  -