The Old Country Crows
Playing: Grassy Stage Sunday (Time 12:00)

The Old Country Crows bring original light country folk rock music to the festival. A 2007 road trip across the USA & Route 66 inspired Crows to tell a story of realism in life and that “the road” is there for us all.  A mix of Country, bluegrass, folk, rock, rock’n'roll and rockabilly all find their way into the melting pot of the Crows. 


Rudy Warman
Playing: Barn Stage Sunday (Time 15:15)

Rudy Warman & the Heavy Weather played a fantastic set at last year's Cider Festival so we are delighted to welcome them back to the stage for another go! Original songs and sound, this band are not to be missed!

Fred Clark
Playing: Centre Stage Saturday (Time 14:00)

Fred Clark is an exciting acoustic singer/songwriter from Maidstone, Kent who performs with incredible energy and writes with an upbeat, vibrant style. With over 400 gigs and 5 album releases under his belt already he is certainly one to watch!
Rhonda and the Great Unknown
Playing: Saturday Grassy Stage (Time 14:45) & Centre Stage Sunday (Time 11:00)

Soulful & funky, Rhonda and The Great Unknown are laid-back with attitude, this band’s tunes are awash with razor-sharp riffs and tight, joyful grooves - when you hear them you’ll swear you’ve heard these songs before in some perfect former-life.
Jumbo Gumbo
Playing: Barn Stage Sunday (Time 12:15)

Regulars at the Brogdale Festivals, it just wouldn't be the same without them so make sure you bring your dancing boots and get your groove on to the funky sounds of this wonderful band!





Carters Alibi
Playing: Grassy Stage Sunday (Time 2:45)

Carter's Alibi FUNked up Blues has a style of rhythm and boogie blues that rocks and entertains across the spectrum. Sets gleaned from artists across the world. Carters Alibi covers have their roots in Blues but all are chosen for dance rhythm and lyrics. 



Celler 39
Playing: Barn Stage Saturday (Time 10:00)
Cellar39 formed in August in the small town of Sittingbourne in the garden of England. After many hours of practice in the cellar, they finally came out and saw the light of day (or darkness of night) Although they have achieved worldwide fame, their recording contract is still not forthcoming.

The 286
Playing: Grassy Stage Saturday (Time 12:00)
A seven piece band from London, The 286 dare to cross the genres of indie rock and classical music. By clashing rock & roll riffs with cellos and violins, The 286 create a unique sound that you expect from a musical collaboration between The Beatles and Beethoven.
The Abbey Ukulele Players
Playing: Grassy Stage Saturday (Time 10:30) & Barn Stage Sunday (Time 11:00

Enjoy the fun and whimsical tunes of the Abbey Ukulele Players group. Playing classic and more modern tunes the Ukulele group are sure to be fun for all the family.
Clea Llewellyn
Playing:Centre Stage Sunday (Time 14:00)
Cle passoion for singing and songwriting is influenced by a love of reggie & soul music.
Clea has spent years honing her craft as a singer and guitarist, touring, recording and writing. Performed live on BBC Radio 6, with presenter Tom Robinson championing their record. “Soulful, sassy and sensual - Clea Llewellyn is a star" Leonie Cooper, NME ***

Hullabaloo
Playing: Barn Stage Saturday (Time15:15)
With a blend of jazz, jive, rock n roll, swing, and an original twist on pop, Hullabaloo are
made up of double bass, saxophone, guitar, and drums. Their versatility allows them to adapt and go with the swing of the party. Hullabaloo are sure to get the crowd going.
Super Owls
Playing: Centre Stage Saturday (Time 11:00)
Super Owls are Lee and Mark, two guitarists playing acoustic(ish) versions of covers and some of their own songs too! Key influences include The Smiths, The Lemonheads, The Beatles, The Cure and Weezer.

The Native Oysters
Playing: Barn Stage Sunday (Time 12:15)
The Native Oysters Band. Traditional second-line classics, through to full on 70's funk; all given the horn-heavy Delta city treatment, Whitstable style..