Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Dock of the Bay Music Festival 2014 at Glasson this Saturday

This Saturday 20 September sees the Dock of the Bay Festival 2014 bring 12+ hours of music to Glasson Dock. From 12 noon to 6.45pm the Melodrome Stage will sit in a handy field exhibiting an eclectic line-up of popular performers from near and far - as can be seen in the line-up below - and from 6pm until whenever there will be music in Glasson Village Hall from an excellent line-up, including Emma and the Professor and the very, very funny Captain Hotknives.

We are still trying to find out the deal regarding tickets (and will update here when we do) but I wouldn't worry about it. In previous years it has been donations-based (£5 - £10) for music events and camping, with monies raised going towards the upkeep of the village hall.

Speaking of camping, there will be camping from Friday until Sunday, food, jam sessions of various genres, a bonfire and considerable bucolic joie-de-vivre and conviviality. Here's the line-up:

Melodrome Stage

12pm 78s
12.30pm Chas Ambler
12.50pm Carole MacMillan
1.05pm Maudlin Hertz
1.30pm Freya Daisy
1.55pm Paul Pearson
2.20pm Ronnie French
2.40pm plus Laura Andrews
2.50pm Laura Andrews quartet
3.10pm Matt Cowe
3.35pm Hiroshima Twinkie
4.00pm Jay Blackburn
4.25pm Chas Ambler
4.45pm tbc
5.00pm Sam Johnston Ensemble
5.25pm Mini-king
5.50pm Trevor Meaney
6.00pm Paddy Rogan
6.25pm My friend and I

line up for the village hall (pm)
6.00 - 6.25 Dead Republic
6.40 - 7.05 Antivist
7.15 - 7.40 Ark
7.50 - 815 Hairpiece Suite
8.30 - 8.55 Owen Saunders
9.10 - 9.45 Emma and the Professor
9.55 - 10.30 Captain Hotknives
10.40 - 11.20 Guns of Navarone
11.30 till they drop: Convulsions



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