Spring Festival Music !
Sat 25th May 2019
19:00 – WonderBoy
WonderBoy is a very talented band playing all the hits from the 60′s to up to today. They are perfect for any occasion, especially festivals, weddings, and birthday parties to name a few. They will entertain as well as show off their musical and instrumental prowess; they will keep everyone on their feet all night long.
20:45 – Suit and Tie
A fun and fresh pop-rock and funk covers band with a repertoire list that mixes classic songs of yesterday and modern anthems. – something for everyone!
Sun 26th May 2019
12:00 – Rebecca Jayne
22-year-old Rebecca Jayne released her debut single ‘I Want More’ in July 2016. The single received critical acclaim and made it into the Top 100 iTunes Country Charts. The single was followed by her self-titled debut EP which reached the top 40 iTunes Country album charts. Rebecca has spent time over in Nashville playing at various venues including The Bluebird Cafe and Tootsies. She has since been proving her unique talent, capturing audiences in their hundreds with her captivating voice and intricate guitar skills.
13:00 – Russ Hibberd and the Factory Five
I have been writing my own material for the last twenty years but only over the last to years or so have I been performing as a solo artist at local open mic nights. But now in the last couple of months some very talented musicians have come on board to form Russ Hibberd And The Factory Five. A band to perform and give life to the songs I have written over the years. Russ Hibberd And The Factory Five.
14:00 – Cause For Concern
Formed in 2017, we are an alternative rock band, providing our audience with a diverse, raw and intriguing sound. Fronted by singer Emmi Anderson alongside lead and rhythm guitarist Ben Duchesne, with Barney Woods and Matt Elliott holding down rhythm on Bass and Drums. We take our inspiration from many genres, specifically new wave punk, and the modern alternative rock scene sided with some blues; taking inspiration from bands like Blondie, Wolf Alice, Garbage and The Strypes. We are based in Guildford, Surrey where we have a growing fanbase. We have two singles (Shotgun Wedding + Stay Relevant) released off our upcoming EP which will be out next month.
15:00 – Petersfield Youth Theatre
16:00 – Bruch
Described by her followers as having elements of Björk, Kate Bush, Suzanne Vega, and Goldfrapp, all wrapped into a tiny, artistic explosion, BRUCH is a purveyor of curious, electronic sounds, multi-layered vocals and ethereal melodies, bringing her classical cello training into the mix for an eclectic juxtaposition. BRUCH is completely self-produced, and 98% of the sounds you hear in her music are created entirely by her.
17:15 – Rehab
Rehab is a Hampshire based (mainly from Petersfield) band featuring incredible female vocals, a horn section, guitar and a percussion section with an emphasis on rhythmic drum and bass grooves. Playing ska and blues Rehab are guaranteed to get everyone dancing with their powerful, edgy and retro sound. Rehab are proud winners of The Petersfield Awards and regularly play festivals and gigs in the Petersfield area.
18:45 – Legends
LEGENDS are a 3-piece vocal tribute show that pay tribute to all boy band acts from Jackson 5 right up to Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, Five, Take That and much more. The show is packed full of special effect lighting, live singing and dancing.
Legends deliver a high energy and explosive show packed full of your favourite smash hits that everyone will enjoy. It is a show that will get the whole audience up on their feet singing and dancing.
20:30 – The 505s
A slick, stylish indie rock trio with some serious indie rock chops – it’s no small wonder that the 505’s are quickly establishing a reputation as one of the country’s hottest party bands. These expert players bring a touch of class to your big night, without losing any of that hard hitting, rock ‘n’ roll potency.
Based in Portsmouth, The 505s have become one of the South Coast’s most in demand party bands for weddings, private events and corporate functions, and it’s not difficult to see why. This audacious indie rock trio offer up a night of entertainment that is tough to beat – two hours of blistering live music that’ll cover everything from 60’s rock n’ roll to modern chart killers. There’s something to get everyone hitting the dance floor in The 505s remarkable setlist.
12:00 – Roy Peplow
Singer/ songwriter from the Southcoast, accompanied with foot stomp box giving that driving rhythm to the powerful vocals and sincere lyrics in the original music and covers, packaged with an adrenaline fuelled stage presence engaging audiences at every show. Performing at bars, clubs, weddings and festivals all over.
13:00 – 10 Bob Notes
We are an all-female close harmony singing group directed by Robert Smith (Bob). We have been singing together since November 2016. We are all former members of a large choir based in Southampton. When this came to an end the ten of us decided to form our own small group concentrating on harmonies and developing our own style.
14:00 – Betsa
BBC Introducing ‘Artist of the Month’, Betsa, is an indie pop singer-songwriter. Betsa has performed around the South of England, playing at venues such as The Bedford in Balham, Boileroom, The Electric Theatre, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and Tobacco Dock for BBC Introducing Live.
She has been focusing on perfecting the indie/pop sound with her recorded music, made up of layered synths and catchy melodies.
Betsa’s acoustic set allows her vocal ability and song craft to take centre stage. Her music takes inspiration from bands such as Paramore, Fickle Friends and Chvrches, with hints of Fleetwood Mac heard within her songwriting.
15:00 – Timeless
Timeless are a wonderful vocal harmony trio covering music from the forties to the noughties in perfect harmony. Three big voices with the personality to match; expect hand clapping, laughter and plenty of Timeless classics to sing along to.
After becoming finalists on Sky 1 singing show – Sing: Ultimate A Cappella, Timeless continue to blossom. From cruise ships to local sell out theatre shows. Timeless also perform at festivals, weddings and corporate events, whether it’s as a trio or with their 7-piece band. A truly versatile, unforgettable and simply Timeless act.
16:00 – HOOLi
Portsmouth’s HOOLi is Imogen Cottrill, Lee Coneley and Hannah Wheatley. To be described as simply blues pop would be doing HOOLi a disservice. A trio of optimists in an incredulous business, working hard to be the person they though they’d be when they were 5. HOOLi are adamantly traditional, shunning the customary electronic soundscapes and backing tracks of your average contemporary group. Opting instead to lick all over your face with unparalleled guitar prowess, flick you in the ear with charming bass chunks, and spank your naughty bottom with vivacious drumming. Drawing from a smorgasbord of influences from Dr Dre to Stevie Ray Vaughan HOOLi’s live shows are where you will see them in their element. Front man Lee is a human fusion of neck tattoos, axe smashing and speed fingering (easy now!). In the end they are just two girls and a guy just trying to get some toes tapping.
17:00 – Sour Kix
Sour Kix are a young energetic band from Woking, made up of siblings Louis, Ollie and Amelie, alongside best mates, Ed and Andries. A highly energetic mix of indie pop/rock explodes from their performances and their skill at pleasing the crowd with a selection of well-crafted originals has culminated in them being requested to play at numerous festivals including main stage performances supporting Jessie J, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vamps, Lucy Spraggan, Scouting for Girls & The Wholls.
In 2015 the band appeared live on Channel 4’s TFI Friday, drawing acclaim from presenter Chris Evans and guests Ronnie Wood and The Vamps. They released their first EP “Wildest Dreams” in 2017 and since then have been writing, recording and releasing new material. They are proud ambassadors for WWF Earth Hour and help support many other charities including Make a Wish Foundation, Shooting Star Chase, Just a Drop and Teenage Cancer Trust. They have recently appeared on the front cover of The Musicians Handbook 2018/19 for the Musicians Union and they have just created a jingle for ‘Dogs on the the Streets’ charity. Since recording their latest tracks “Footprints” and “3am” they have gained regular AirPlay from local radio stations.
* The line up may change due to reasons out of our control *