Line up:

- Rivers -

Rivers are an independent rock/indie band from Great Yarmouth!

 

With over 1000 gigs played and 6 albums worth of material, they are surely one to look out for in Trunchonbury 2017! Check out their beautiful song entitled "Clouds" below!

Main Stage:

Dub pistols

Banco de gaia

The Naked lights

Mammal not fish

JB band

Outta the blue

Dodgy

The correspondents

Sam and the Womp

Rivers

Made from colour

Huw eddy & the carnvial

Storyville mob

Odder seas

Audio Jack

Omni Vibes

Made From Colour is an original alternative rock band formed in London 2015. The band draws its sound from the likes of bands like Gesu no Kiwami Otome, Panic! At the Disco and Hiatus Kaiyote, and has recently released its first EP "Square One"

- Made from colour -

Dodgy are an English power pop rock trio, that rose to prominence during the Britpop era of the 1990s. We here at the Trunchonbury tribe love their music, but dont take our word for it, listen for yourself here!

Toby Marks formed Banco de Gaia in 1989, focussing on world music-infused dance and he has previously performed with a variety of other musicians and has played big name festivals such as Glastonbury. 

Dub Pistols are an English electronic music group. They have released five studio albums as well as contributing to numerous film soundtracks, including Blade IIBad Company, and Mystery Men. Their style is a fantastic mix of dub and Hip-Hop. Check them out below!

The Correspondents

The Correspondents are a British electro swing duo based in London

They have gained a reputation in the electro swing scene for both their energetic musical style—a mixture of early 20th century jazz and swing, with modern electro and drum'n'bass—and for Mr. Bruce’s flamboyant stage presence.

With a huge brassy sound, grooving drums and infectious Womping bass Sam and the Womp prioritize the party with their unique blend of trumpet driven dance music. The group’s debut single "Bom Bom" went to the number one spot in the UK singles chart. We're so pleased to be bringing this to Trunchonbury 2017!

Jeramiah Ferrari are a young band based in Leigh near Manchester who fuse together Roots Reggae, Rock, Punk, Ska and Calypso. In 2012, they gigged heavily across the UK, in front of a 20,000 strong crowd at the M.E.N Arena. In September they released "The Dubby Rock EP" which went to number 4 in the iTunes Reggae chart

 Announced so far:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

Jeramiah Ferrari

Buster James

Ultra ego

Skipyard rockers

Ha Pennies

Catch 22

Unit 10

Fox & the trots

Doris Brendal

Grant lee

Dick York & the originals

Omni Vibes

Falling from trees

Johny Walker

Swing caravan

Grant ley

Stooky Blue

Anna Wilson

Just ash

Abigail Blake

Omni vibes 

Capelino

Sunday:

Saturday:

Friday:

Ovation 

Annelly Black

The broken maps

Sohan De

Black Bastion

Naked lights

Swing caravan

Richard sutton

Live music society

Audio Jack

Alex Rainsford

Chalky Seas

Jack van Greuning 

Acoustic Stage:

- Made from colour -

Buster James are the real deal, born to perform their own brand of Rock and Blues to any audience, their line-up contains players who have performed to audiences worldwide 

- Buster James-

We are so fortunate to have such a talented band come and play for us, all the way from india! We think they will be a perfect addition to the Trunchonbury 2017 vibe! Listen below to their beautiful new song; "Paigam"

- The Tapi Project -