Friday 10th September
Bad Manners formed in 1976 while at school together in North London, and in its formative years the band played a hybrid brand of R&B and Ska.
Join Bad Manners and frontman Buster Bloodvessel who will take to the stage headlining our Friday night and fill Crow Park with the sound of two-tone and ska!
They’ll be performing all your favourite Bad Manners hits, and much, much more.
Merry Hell is a band founded on the ever evolving Folk tradition – music made by the people and shared by the people. Enjoy the sounds of their energised folk-rock as they warm up the main stage.
The Baghdaddies bring their exuberant brand of world music to Crow Park, it’s an exhilarating cocktail of Balkan melodies, ska and latin grooves and sizzling brass played with furious energy and theatrical humour.
Saturday 11th September
Space are joining us as a part of their UK “Music for Pleasure Music for Pain Tour”following the album of the same name.
Space have sold over 5 million records worldwide with album titles including “Spiders, “Tin Planet” “Suburban Rock and Roll” and “Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab” along with ten top 40 singles and a host of other single releases to-date with titles including “Neighbourhood” “Female of the Species” and “Me and You Vs. The World”. The band continue to write gritty edgy pop songs that captive the imagination of the listener.
Republica are back and have been very active recently.
They released their highly acclaimed new EP ‘Christiana Obey’ and promoted it with a sold out UK tour and selected European festival appearances including the prestigious Isle Of Wight Festival, Norway’s Midnattsrocken Festival, The Welsh GB Rally and Hanover’s Ferryman Festival in Germany.GET YOUR TICKETS HERE
Holy Moly & The Crackers
Holy Moly & The Crackers are the innovative and fiery folk-rockers from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, who bombastically mash together unique flavours of soul, rock, indie and Balkan folk
However you want to describe them, one thing is sure – Holy Moly & The Crackers put on a raucous and feel good party, where everyone is invited, and have become renowned for their blazing live shows.
Manchester based collective SWJ Group will bring infectious funk and groove to Crow Park.
Slacker Funk, Mancadelic – We’ve been called all sorts. It’s not for us to say what we are, that’s up to you – All we can do is what we do, and introduce ourselves. It’s good to meet you and to have you along for the ride. Stick around, things are getting interesting.