Nailstock 2008

Saturday 26th April 2008
King George V Playing Field, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England MAP
FREE
last updated: Thu 20th Mar 2008

A free community, family-orientated event celebrating local bands and muscians, now in its 6th year, with bands playing in a natural amphitheatre amongst the rolling Cotswold hills. This is the music part of the 25th Nailsworth Festival.

Each band playing at the event will have at least one member living in the GL6 postal area. There's a full programme of events and music, starting around mid-day and going until 11:00pm.

The acts so far confirmed for the day playing from 1:30pm are Alison Hustwitt, Jeremy's Iron, Sons Of The Delta Delta Blues, Firetree, The Procession & The Horsley Band, Mad Arthurs Fat Dog Blues Band, The Crowd, Evesdropper, Dustmites, Decipher Manana, The Wonderfully Courteous Gentlemen, Smack the Pinata, British Class, The Form, and Zool.

This year, Nailstock will feature live music from 14 bands, plus DJs during the changeovers, on the now infamous Saddlespan Stage. The running order being put together will offer music to satisfy all tastes and ages.

As well as the two bars on either side of the stage, serving a selection of local real ales and 7 catering areas.

For the younger members of the audience there will be a maypole dance on arrival of the procession, a children's funfair, soft drinks and candy floss.

The festival site opens at 12.00. The music programme runs from 13.30 until 23.15 with the bars closing at 22.45.

More information will be here when available.

Saturday 26th April 2008
King George V Playing Field, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England MAP
FREE
last updated: Thu 20th Mar 2008


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