The music charity and Medway Council are expecting to build upon the success of last year and to continue to make improvements. They are planning to showcase the finest local talent with thirty local bands and DJs playing on the main, alternative and acoustic stages, with an eclectic mix of indie, rock, metal, punk, dance, jazz and acoustic sets providing entertainment for all with a diverse line up of musicians. This year's event will be headlined by top acts including Chumbawumba and Easyworld.
Doors are open from midday to 10pm. There will be the usual stalls, bars and catering facilities as well as childrens entertainment and music workshops.
The full line-up has now been confirmed:
Main Stage: 12-1pm DJ; 1-1.35pm Abinger Drive; 1.55-2.30pm Sarah Spade and band; 2.50-3.25pm Fuzz; 3.50-4.25pm Jallecunda; 4.55-5.30pm Souled as Seen; 5.50-6.30pm The Barbs; 7-8pm Cosmic Rough Riders; 8.45-10pm Chumbawumba.
Alternative Stage: 12-12.40pm DJ; 12.40-1.10pm Calling Nova; 1.35-2.05 Opus Trees; 2.25-2.55pm Cardinal Fink; 3.15-3.45pm Reuben; 4.05-4.35pm Godless Reds; 5-5.40pm Bonzai Reservoir; 6.10-6.50pm UpCDownC; 7.15-8pm King Adora; 8.40-9.40pm Easyworld.
Acoustic Stage: 1.35-2.15pm Tapt; 2.30-3.10pm Sussed; 3.25-4.05pm Terzairma; 4.20-5pm Bergman Singh; 5.15-5.55pm Guillerno; 6.10-6.50pm Ali English and Dave Miller; 7.05-7.45pm Sexton Ming; 8-8.40pm Tim Edey and Dimitri.
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