Newland Street Stage Sunday

2pm Cosmosis


cosmosisCosmosis means to be one with the universe. We are a 4 piece electro acoustic rock band with a cosmic twist, here to spell new songs and new energetic vibes to the world. Oxfordshire based and always up for a journey

www.oxfordmusic.xyz/bands/cosmosis

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3pm ADZ KIng

GloucestAdz Kinger/Australian based singer songwriter who has spent many years travelling and gaining a lot of influence from travels, folk upbeat acoustic roots music, armed with an Australian maton guitar, a samsonite suitcase drum and a songbook of my life so far.

 www.facebook.com/imtheadamus

4pm Vapor

Vapor Colour Photo With LogoMark Venus Music Presents’ Onika Patterson, Mark Venus & Tom Selway of Vapor Performing the Very Best Acoustic Soul & Reggae with just a Hint of Country!

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5pm The Del-Cats

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The Del-Cats are a Rock n Roll/Rockabilly band from the Forest of Dean, made up of The Delaney Family. After forming only a year ago, the band are already getting themselves a good name around Gloucestershire and have regular gigs that always leave the audience wanting more. The Del-Cats are a band not to be missed!

www.facebook.com/thedelcats/

6pm The Six Foot Way

sixfootwayA Cinderford based folk band. Playing their own stomping brand of traditional tunes, the band take inspiration from the Forest of Deans industrial heritage.

 www.thesixfootway.moonfruit.com/about/4588188394

7pm Folklaw

folklaw

FolkLaw are an energetic and entertaining 4-piece acoustic folk-rock band from the Cotswolds. A musical wall of vocal harmonies and acrobatic fiddle playing have delighted audiences across the UK and led Banbury Folk Festival to describe FolkLaw as “one of the most exciting acts to grace the stage”.  Semi-finalists in the UK songwriting contest, FolkLaw’s latest album  “The Tales That They Tell” received radio-play from the BBC to as far afield as Australia, and has been described as “Full of Passion” by R2 magazine and “a touch of magic” by Bright Young Folk.  In recent years FolkLaw have been touring the length and breadth of the country, from Fishguard in Wales and Polperro in Cornwall to The Great British Folk Festival in Skegness, supporting acts such as  Seth Lakeman, the Wurzels, Ade Edmondson, and Chris Leslie of Fairport Convention.

www.folklaw.co.uk/

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