Community Stage

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Time: From 12 midday until 10 pm

Ticket Price: Free


Artists Performing:

12 noon – Frank Lacey - Ascot based Frank is lead singer for local band The Apache Kites and a geat solo artist in his own right.

1pm – Wolf Note - WolfNote are an acoustic quartet from Berkshire, playing an eclectic mix of originals and covers. WolfNote uses rich string and vocal harmonies as their signature sound.

2pm –  Abi Powell - Abi has been doing festivals and shows since she was 15 years old. She performs a variation of lively and energetic covers, mixed with her own original music, which has been featured on BBC radio. Her original music was described on radio as having a flair of 'sassy honesty' and being compared to P!NK (one of her musical idol's) in terms of her lyrics being truthful, and having a pop influence in the music itself.

She self released her first EP 'Not this time' back in 2015, with a successful launch party release where she played with a full backing band.

3pm –  Dragonfly Sky -

Dragonfly Sky are an engaging acoustic harmony duo based in Surrey. Chris and Amy Perform originals and covers in their own unique style. They are performers of well crafted, atmospheric songs, with mellifluous harmonies; you will be drifting through a heady mix of light and dark shades. With an extensive repertoire of songs; their performances create atmospheres of both joy and intensity and you are guaranteed to be gripped from beginning to end.

4pm – Zach Johnson - Zach Johnson is a singer-songwriter from South-East England, writing lyrically-driven indie folk tunes. He was voted the best newcomer at the ‘Graham Steel Music Awards 2017’ and has supported artists such as Luke Jackson (BBC Radio 2 folk award nominee), John Craigie and The Black Feathers. Zach’s music is influenced by the likes of Noah Gundersen, Jason Isbell and Frank Turner.

5pm – Lucina - Singer/songwriter Lucina has had a very successful year in 2017, with some of the highlights being opening for Jess Glynne at Henley Festival, supporting Mick Wilson from 10cc at The Whitty Theatre and releasing her new single 'What I'm Looking For', taken from her second album 'Start Again'. Lucina started playing piano and singing at an early age. After being spotted in a UK competition in 2012 by a London artist development company, she started writing her own songs. She worked on her own original debut album 'Let It Out' with a producer, which was released in June 2015. Lucina's songs have had radio plays in the UK and in South Africa.'

6pm – Small Strings - The Small Strings is a Ukulele band. We strum our way though a quirky mix of pop, rock and soul tunes. Our repertoire is drawn from a wide range of pop, rock and soul tunes, we take some of our favourite tracks and give them a ukulele twist.

9pm –  Richard Lee - Richard's debut 'Beautiful Car Wreck'was stacked full of emotional observations and tricky little guitar twists - Overall a fine acoustic effort, polished with frequent echoes of periodic musical inspiration. Jump forward to 'Eighty Two And A Half Chances', the second long player release from the UK singer/songwriter and we're treated with similar charm and success. Richard Lee has been sensible enough to retain those endearing qualities from 'Beautiful Car Wreck' while magnificently expanding a fuller band sound - Many artists have been left with arms flaying having faced increased production techniques and in-depth melodies.

10pm - Finale