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Live Acts Stage

LIVE acts Stage - Evenings

A number of quality musicians to keep you entertained through the evenings on both days at the Live Acts Stage near the Main Exit



6:00 - 6:45 - Mobius Loop

7:00 - 7:45 - Furlined

8:00 - 8:45 - The Kings of Outer Space

9:00 - 9:45 - The Supanauts



6:00 - 6:45 - The Skimmity Hitchers

7:00 - 7:45 - Bert's Animal Band


Mobius Loop

Mobius Loop create gloriously eccentric gypsy folk stories, fusing world music and conscious rap with eruptions of free-form dance charged with an intimately powerful and intense energetic live performance. Mobius Loop are on a mission to raise positive vibrations, projecting an organic co-operative voice for humanist spirituality, vegan philosophy, grassroots philanthropy, true democracy and alchemical magic, in the name of Hemp Redemption and the infinite unknown

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Wry lyrics, rich vocals and lush, swooning cello are the defining features of Furlined, a Bristol band formed around the songwriting talents of vocalist/guitarist Neil Crossley. Described as ‘Morrissey meets Americana’, Furlined blend alt country influences and British chamber pop sensibilities, with life-affirming themes set against suburban longings and everyday regrets. “Furlined bring a genuine beauty to ordinary things,” concluded Rock‘n’Reel in its review of the band’s second album Win A Dream Wedding. MOJO was equally effusive: ‘Neil Crossley has one of those Jackie Leven /Richard Hawley voices that do male vulnerability beautifully… a band with distinct aural charms’.

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The Kings of Outer Space

Back in 2009, Bristol barber and singer Giggsy and guitarist Mike Crabtree were encouraged by Western Star Records boss Alan Wilson to record a track ‘Ghost Town’ for an upcoming compilation album. They quickly enlisted local musicians Greggsy from the Cheaterslicks and Matt from The Mantarays along with Mikeys brother Steve to play drums, and so ‘The Kings Of Outer Space’ were formed.

A good response to ‘Ghost Town’ led to Western Star releasing two albums for ‘The Kings’, ‘Cosmic Debris’ and ‘How To Fly A Rocket’. Both albums received well deserved praise in the music press.

The band also earnt themselves a reputation for being a great live act with their modern take on B movie rockabilly, but due to personal commitments the band could only manage a few outings a year. Tired of turning down good opportunities down, Giggsy and Mikey decided the band needed to change if it was to go on.

At the beginning of 2016 new recruits for the ranks were found and first to join was bass player Scott Milsom (Coffin Nails, Big Boss Man, The Zorchmen). Shortly after drummer Jason Cook (Blaggers ITA, Neck, High Class Joes) joined and work on a new album started which was going to come out on Scott’s Greystone Records. At the tail end of the recording, guitarist Gav Lusby (Kill Van Helsing, The Cheaterslicks) joined up and the new line-up was complete.

The ace line up soon got The Kings Of Outer Space a more powerful, tight and energetic sound which has gone down well with audiences far and wide. ‘Space Invaders’ the new album has gained some good reviews and is selling well. Videos for Cosmic Boy and Zombie Walk released on youtube have attracted thousands of plays and numbers are rising.

The Kings Of Outer Space are taking off!

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The Supanauts

With “rockets burning fuel so fast”§, The Supanauts, with authentic renditions of all the great tracks from the first 6 albums bring the power and the glory of the original heavy rock band, Black Sabbath.

The Midlands in the 70’s was an industrial powerhouse but poverty and deprivation blighted the lives of the new generation and they turned to music to vent their frustration over the hopelessness and injustice of war, spawning the iconic giants of heavy rock, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.

The Supanauts bring all their experience from years of treading the boards with bands such as The Groundhogs, at festivals such as Glastonbury and Edinburgh in the UK, Roadburn in Holland, the Classic Legends of Rock Tour with Wishbone Ash and Focus to recording with illuminati such as Steve Vai, to bring you a totally faithful and powerful tribute to the fathers of Heavy Rock and Metal, Black Sabbath.

They “want to reach out, and touch the sky, reach out and touch the sun but they don’t need to fly to climb the Mountains of the Moon” *

Classic four piece, bass, drums, guitar and vocals

§ - Into The Void – Black Sabbath from ‘Masters of Reality’

* - Supernaut – Black Sabbath ‘Vol 4’



The Skimmity Hitchers

Rising from the cider soaked floors of Dorset's back street boozers, the Skimmity Hitchers now roam the full girth of the West Country and beyond. Bringing their dry and fruity blend of Scrumpy & Western music to venues, festivals and fairs, these scrumpy swillin' reprobates appeal to young and old, and everyone from folkies to cider punks, beardy badgers to shifty blaggers.

The 'Hitchers blend razor sharp parodies and original material with a raucous stage show, spontaneous audience interaction, cheeky banter and general cider shenanigans...

In their quest to bring proper job drinkin' music to the masses the band have stolen the show at events of all types and sizes.

Highlights include Camp Bestival, Boomtown Fair, Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival and headline slots at the Great Dorset Steam Fair and OutCider Festival, but there's simply nowhere these four fruity fellas can't instigate a good time.

They have Christened children, tamed hordes of hairy bikers and even serenaded Tony Benn with his own personal number. Oh, and believe it or not they're the first Scrumpy & Western band EVER to play the USA having toured Oregon, Washington and Vancouver BC in February 2016.

“A dread combination of a barrel of scrumpy and a Johnny Cash CD. This is a compliment.” - Speakers Push Air

“The standout band for me on Friday were without doubt the Skimmity Hitchers, mostly because they sing about cider and they rave about badgers... Their performance on the Bandstand on Friday evening was the first performance by any band all day that had got the whole audience engaged.” - Mint South review of Camp Bestival

“Oh no, not you lot again!” - John Morgan, Drummer: The Wurzels

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Bert's Animal Band

Possibly the strangest of all bands. High energy and raucous one minute and then, at the moment you’re sure it’s all really just a shambles, they shift instantly to expose their carefully crafted compositions and poignancy.'

This will be the first summer touring their new 'Vegan Album' which you can hear at

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