Friday 21st May
Life of a Mountain: Helvellyn
+ support acts
We’re excited to announce we’re bringing something new to the festival with an outdoor screening of award-winning filmmaker Terry Abraham’s latest production, ‘Life of a Mountain: Helvellyn’.
Taking place only a week after its world premiere, this is a unique opportunity for you to see the final film in Terry’s acclaimed Life of a Mountain trilogy on a huge screen accompanied by a live performance of the musical score.
We’ll have supporting music acts to warm you up for this atmospheric screening!
Saturday 22nd May
Space are joining us as a part of their UK “Music for Pleasure Music for Pain Tour” which will be followed by the album of the same name in May 2020.
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.
DJ, raconteur, author, producer, broadcaster and fun lovin’ criminal, Huey Morgan is joining us on Saturday night.
As the whisky soaked Lower East Side voice of 6 Music and Radio 2, he’s the man who joins the dots between funk, soul, disco, classic hip hop and rock’n’roll.
Now after countless DJ gigs across the globe, he’s focused his DJ talent on his NYC Block Party: imagine Huey soundtracking cult Netflix show The Get Down, and you’re close, as funk, soul, disco and hip hop jams get thrown into the mix battle style.
Holy Moly & The Crackers
Holy Moly & The Crackers make riotous party music for the masses.
Their third album, ‘Take A Bite’, is concise, passionate take on folk, blues and indie rock. The sound of a band who have been searching and experimenting for several years; arriving at a place where they can say “this who we are and this is where we want to go”.
Manchester based collective SWJ Group will bring infectious funk and groove to Crow Park.