We hope you have a wonderful time and enjoy the musical fayre. The acts have been selected to provide variety and quality. The committee and our supporters invest huge amount of time and effort into putting on this charity music festival which raises money for local and national causes while providing a family friendly weekend of entertainment in the wonderful village of Hook Norton. We thank you all for your support!
FRIDAY NIGHT (7 to11)
Gate opens 6.30
We proudly announce the amazing Leatherat as our Friday headline act. “Too folky for rock festivals, too rockin’ for folk festivals”, “For those about to folk, we salute you!”
Also on Friday we have wealth of blues experience with SloeTrain and the best rock covers songs across the decades from Bruiser.
SATURDAY NIGHT (2pm-11.45) : Headlined at 8pm by From The Jam featuring Bruce Foxton.
Live music from 2pm starting with local band Basic State then acoustic blues from Ged Wilson, original new music from Weird Boyfriend and The Machine Breakers. Then on main stage we welcome a 15-piece soul band called Boogie Me for a Jools Holland type experience! Followed by another tremendously successful Oxford based ‘big’ band– The Shapes. For the country music fans we have Catfish Creek. Another act soon to be announced!
Following From the Jam and to help us see out the night in the marquee stage we have Man Make Fire – a hard edged exciting rock covers band from Chipping Norton along with the Norton Commandos, our local Hook Norton covers band to help you finish off the last beers before bed time!
SUNDAY AFTERNOON (11 till 4pm) – This free of charge addition to the weekend is a chance to chill out for a few hours in the beautiful location of Hook Norton listening to some acoustic music. Including music from The Skeptics and three piece a-capella act, Original and covers from Pete Watkins Originals and The Coopers. Folk from Scarecrow and the return of Fiddlebop all the way from their new home in Wales.
|Friday 2nd July|
|Saturday 3rd July|
|20.00||From the Jam|
|21.00||Man Make Fire|
|Sunday 4th July||11.00 – 16.00|
|15.00||Pete Watkins Originals|