We are pleased to announce that Walk the Line Festival will be returning this year. The festival will be running from Friday 4th October until Saturday 5th October 2013! More details to follow...
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Friday, 12 October 2012
Walk the Line Festival has been nominated for the Best Metropolitan Festival Award by the UK Festivals Awards.
The award is for "using the existing infrastructure of a town’s venues, this sector is growing thanks to no need for camping, very little threat from the weather and the ability to take place at any time of the year. Sold either on a show-by-show basis, or an all encompassing wristband, they give people chance to see multiple acts in the comfort of the indoors." UK Festival Awards.
To vote for Walk the Line Festival please visit the UK Festival Awards Website.
Posted by Steph Everest at 03:21
Thursday, 4 October 2012
Don't forget to buy your tickets in advance to save money. Advance tickets will come off sale at 4pm, but you will be able to pay cash on the door after that :)
Posted by Stefan at 17:50
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
We are pleased to announce that there are now another three acts added to the line up for this weekends festival.
You can now catch Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes who will be playing at The Railway on Friday. With stunning female vocals and the classic sound of an acoustic guitar, Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes have a diverse repertoire that ranges from jazz and folk to pop and rock. With a distinct, stylish, and modern sound, they can provide the perfect ambience for any intimate occasion.
Tom Spice has just started his career as a singer-songwriter, performing at local venues and events. He plays jazz/blues and folk to classical opera, musical theatre and choral music. Tom will be playing at The Frog and Fiddle on Saturday.
The final act we would like to announce are The Feddens. The Feddens will be playing at The Frog and Fiddle on Saturday and they are an up and coming band from the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire who play as a 5-piece indie/rock band.
Book your tickets for Walk the Line Festival now, tickets will be more expensive on the door!
Posted by Steph Everest at 01:34
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Named after the anti-hero of a comic strip that graced the weekly music inkies of the1970s…….. THE LONE GROOVER is a one man and guitar outfit who channels his love of folk, punk and Americana into classic songs of beauty, protest and passion – agit-FOLK ‘N’ BOP if you will - Songs that betray a fine eye for detail, a healthy respect for tradition, and a working knowledge of REAL LIFE!!! Always putting he(art) and soul into his performances, armed with his trusty Gibson, fuelled with good vibes, talkin’ jive and sporting sharp clobber, TLG is a definite “one to watch”. The London based songwriter has spent recent months folk ‘n’ bopping his way across the capital in venues such as The Hope & Anchor, The 12 Bar and the Windmill, played at a number of festivals such as Strummerville and had prestigious support slots with Willy Mason, Alabama 3 and Beans on Toast amongst others. He also recently won an award for “Best EP of the year” by the rock-til-you-drop website network...But let’s leave the last words to ‘el Groover himself……… “let’s be clear…..I’m not a solo artist, I’m a one man group…..there’s a subtle difference….I wanna walk like The Clash and sound like Bob Dylan”. Folk music for City dwellers!
Friday, 14 September 2012
Check out our Facebook Page to find out how you could win Edd Donovan - A Heart Broken Open CD and 2 weekend festival tickets! 3 runners up can win the CD and discount tickets for this years festival!
Winners will be chosen on Monday!
Posted by Steph Everest at 04:11