Saturday 11th August 2018

Stage 2

Them’s TheBrakes

2:00pm - 3:00pm (Stage 2)

THEMS THE BRAKES - Five piece covers band who have been together now for over seven years.
In this time they have travelled the lengths of the country performing to some pretty incredible audiences. Artists covered include Stereophonics, Free, The Buzzcocks, The Specials, Kings of Leon, The Who, Avicci, Bruno Mars, The Killers and many more.


4:00pm - 5:00pm (Stage 2)

Slim 47 are an indie/rock covers band based in Northampton.
They play up to date tracks from bands like the Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age, Snow Patrol and The Jam to name just a few.

They have built a reputation as being one of the best cover bands around.

With their full on set consisting of the biggest indie/rock hits from the past two decades!

The Retro

6:00pm - 7:00pm  (Stage 2)

“More Nineties, More Indie, More Grooves”,
The Retro, originally formed in the early 2000’s Four talented musicians committed to the simple pleasure of playing solid Indie and Rock bangers. Lovers of The Stone Roses, Charlatans, Primal Scream, Kasabian and more,

The Retro are now fast gaining a reputation as the best live covers act on the circuit. Traditional “pub covers” and muso posturing have been eschewed as the band focus on finding the groove and having a good time.


8:00pm - 9:00pm (Stage 2)

Celebrating four decades of Status Quo - the U.K.'S longest running Quo tribute act.
Counterfeit Quo formed in Essex in early 1995 by four hardened Quo fans who set out to recreate the dynamic Quo performances of old.

The band's reputation spread rapidly and they have now toured every region of the U.K., ventured into Europe and featured on local and national BBC Radio.

An adrenaline charged set crashes its way through many of Quo's 22 top ten chart hits including Pictures Of Matchstick Men, Down Down, Whatever You Want and Rocking All Over The World, whilst still paying tribute to glorious earlier albums like Piledriver, Hello and 'Quo'

So what you get is Heads Down, No-Nonsense Boogie played on the familiar beaten up green and white Telecasters by the denim clad likenesses of Status Quo.

The band has also had the honour of working with original Quo drummer John Coghlan and been given the seal of approval from no less than Quo's very own Francis Rossi and the late Rick Parfitt.
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