“The music is played with laidback precision, immaculately arranged and produced with a consistently warm vibe.” Record Collector
“a bittersweet study of fate and circumstance that resonates long after it’s over.” Uncut
With support from Jarrod Dickenson
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
Tom Petie – A familiar face sure to put a smile on yours. A big man with a whole lotta soul, Tom will be the filling in a tasty music sandwich with country and folk-rock roots in abundance.
Harri Beasley – A range of multi instrumental loop pedal madness and strong vocals, difficult to pin down to any single genre. What you can definitely expect is a party, and a setlist that guarantees to have you singing the night away!
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Live Nation presents Naomi Scott plus special guests.
The “infuriatingly talented” (Noisey) Naomi Scott has just released her new track ‘Irrelevant’, ahead of a string of live dates across the UK this spring and a performance at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Featuring the MOBO-nominated rapper Nick Brewer, ‘Irrelevant’ is a slow-burning, soulful cut, and a declaration of independence from this rising artist.
Her acting credentials speak for themselves. From landing a lead role in Steven Spielberg’s US TV series ‘Terra Nova’, appearing alongside Antonio Banderes in ‘The 33’, saving the world as Kimberly Hart in the Lionsgate reboot of Haim Saban’s ‘Power Rangers’ movie and to most recently being casted as Princess Jasmine in Disney’s live action adaption of ‘Aladdin’, directed by Guy Ritchie and due for release in May 2019.
Music has always been a driving passion of Naomi’s from writing songs on her piano since she can remember to now balancing the process of writing and recording whilst also being on movie sets. Naomi released her debut EP ‘Invisible Division’ in 2014. From this the song ’Hear The Bells’ was used for DeLeón Tequila’s North American digital advertising campaign, which premiered and was frequently showcased during AMC’s Mad Men. Earlier that year, Naomi revealed the songs ‘Fool’ (premiered by Noisey) and ‘Lover’s Lies’ (featured on The 405) from her second EP, ‘Promises’. 2017 saw her release ‘Vows’ which was premiered via the popular lifestyle platforms HYPEBEAST and HYPEBAE.
With two EPs and a groundswell of critical support already under her belt and whether it’s telling a story on screen or through music, Naomi Scott steps into the spotlight as a bright star who is definitely one to keep an eye and an ear on in 2018.
C.W. Stoneking has been hiding out since his last live full band shows in July last year, where he performed a run of headline dates and culminated in a rousing set at Newport Folk Festival. Rumour has it he’s busy crafting songs for his full length album, his first since 2014’s ARIA Award winning, Gon’ Boogaloo.
However, the road continues to call and, following successful solo dates in Australia & The USA recently, C.W is returning to UK, IE & NL stages in June for a limited series of intimate performances. These will be his first solo performances in the UK in 10 years.
Released in May 2015, Gon Boogaloo saw C.W. embark on multiple jaunts across Australia, the US and Europe with his band in tow.
Fans can expect songs old and new, Favourites performed as never heard before and perhaps a few surprises too.