Sunday 2019 Music – 12pm – 10.30pm
Funk Lab – 9.30pm to close
Funk Lab are a collective of 7 talented and passionate musicians that bring something fresh and exciting to the lcoal music scene.
They preform a wide range of classic and timeless soul, jazz and funk in the a way that sets them apart from other bands which is why they have been chosen to play at top London venues.
With Funk Lab expect deep hypnotic grooves, soaring vocals, stunning jazz guitar, jazz piano and funk sax.
The Sting Operation 8pm
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Selina and the Howlin Dogs 6.45pm
Selina and the Howlin Dogs are a guitar-based band with female lead vocals playing upbeat funky rock with a contemporary sound.
They regularly play across Berkshire and Oxfordshire at festivals such as the Witney Music Festival, Marlow Rock Bottom and more.
They are an originals band but also love to throw in a few covers and we’re excited to play for the third time at Wokingham Festival.
They are an energetic, crowd pleasing band able to grab the attention of the audience and keep it.
They love performing at festivals and to give you a little taster, please check out their promo video below
Facebook: @ SelinaandtheHowlinDogs
The Jiveoholics 5.30pm
Swingin’ Jump Jive music is what the Jiveoholics are all about! Their show is crammed full of classic Swing, Jive, Boogie and Blues arrangements of songs from the 40’s, 50’s and early 60's. Hit tunes from the stars of the day: Louis Jordan, Louis Prima and Cab Calloway; Wynonie Harris, Big Joe Turner and Ray Charles; Infectious rhythms that won't let your feet stay still and will have you sliding on to the dance floor as soon as you hear the first note!
Their outrageous stage costume of loud Hawaiian shirts, pork pie hats and two tone shoes have ensured that a) this band won't be mistaken for any other and b) they are being sought by the fashion police of six European countries for crimes against sartorial elegance.
The fusion of white hot, upbeat, swinging music and unforgettable outfits all wrapped up in engaging, cheeky banter means the party starts when The Jiveoholics hit the stage.
Do not miss this great act
The Salts 4.15pm
The Salts are seasoned musicians, creating what is fast becoming one of the most exciting and energetic folk concepts of recent times.
Individually The Salts, fronted by twice BBC Young Folk Finalist Lee Collinson-James, have circumnavigated the Commonwealth with tours of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Their debut album, She Rises features a mesmerising mix of full speed traditional and original shanties and their second album on Bracken Records is if it is possible even better
The Salts are sea shanties with attitude. Do not miss this act
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Spriggan Mist 3.00 to 3.45pm
No one can really describe the music of Spriggan Mist .Based on old
tales spiritual pathways ,dreams and reality they drift from floaty folky
tunes with guitar and low D whistle to guitar driven rock songs that will
make you jump. With their love for all things Steampunk they spread
Spriggery Pokery everywhere they go!
Katy Hurt 2pm
Katy Hurt has rapidly become a leading light on the UK Country/Americana scene and all without having released a full length studio album.
We are so lucky to have her play for us today
2018 she was nominated for “Best Country/Folk Act” at the Unsigned Music Awards
Katy spent 2017 and 2018 performing at 100+ shows each year around the country since the launch of her EP “Pieces of Me” and highly praised singles from her upcoming EP “Unfinished Business, with songs impressing fans by combining the honest lyrical content of country with riffs and haunting vocals. BBC Radio 2’s Paul Sexton described Katy as “One of the most exciting prospects on the burgeoning country scene”, saying “Hurt's distinctive EP is the latest evidence of a career that's already produced an iTunes UK Country No. 1 in 'Love You More, she’s a vivacious and magnetic performer…Check her out now whilst you can still get to the front row”. Katy’s performance at The Pilton Party, highly praised by Michael Eavis, introduced crowds to her latest singles displaying great crossover potential into the rock, pop and blues genres. "Truly a diverse artist".
Recent highlights include:
Main support to Liam Gallagher at Worthy Farm for The Pilton Party,
Opened for Jools Holland at Kimbolton Castle
Major festival appearances including C2C and Black Deer and now she can add Wokingham Festival to her impressive list
Adam & The Gaslights 1.00pm
Nathan Carlton : Bass Guitar
Alex Mccallum : Lead Guitar
Gracie Cooper : Keyboards
Mark Fell: Backing vocals/ Drums
Music starts at noon
Info coming soon.