Sunday 1st September 2019 12.00pm - 6.00pm
Main stage from 12.00 pm.
12 -12.30: St Faith Players
Brentford’s local friendly drama group, started performing in St Faith’s Church Hall in 1977 with a concert to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.
12.45 – 13.15: Rosie Trentham
15 year old singer songwriter & singer pianist. Original songs that are tuneful and unusual, with some jazz, folk and musical theatre influence.
13.30 – 14.00: The Thrillers
Local Rock/Pop covers band. All songs are great to dance to, they play anything from Uptown Funk to Brown Eyed Girl.
14.15 – 14.45: Republic of Brentford
Lively mix of country (Johnny Cash/Hank Williams), folk and rock, Kraftwerk on guitars and violins.
Popular local band deploying vocals, guitars, violins and percussion to deliver a lively and diverse mashup of Johnny Cash, folk, punk, Kraftwerk and much more. The band have an ongoing residency at the Northumberland Arms in Brentford
15.00 – 15.30: London Zappa Collective
LZC are a diverse group of musicians who love nothing more than playing the music of Frank Zappa.
“We love Frank’s music and spend many ours practising and rehearsing so that when we get on stage we are ready to have FUN”
15.45 – 16.15: W3detour
W3detour are a retro rock band providing a lively respective of the sounds of the 60-80’s a mixture of Original and covers (including velvet underground, rolling stones, bob Dylan, Cars)
16.30 – 17.00: Power Corruption and Lies
Local Indie Electronica band, with original tunes which lend themselves to the style of New Order & The Cure. They are also known to blast out covers of said bands, as well as Joy Division, & Echo & The Bunnymen.
17:15 – 18:00 The Bats of Ealing
5-piece band playing classic rock and pop covers. They aim to capture the essence of each song, whilst having fun along the way!
Visitors are enticed to visit the many eateries, take refreshment and to try out new activities. With a live stage there is an opportunity for local musicians and performers to play to a large audience to gain new followings.