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Our confirmed line-up for 2023 is ... 

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Colin toured with The Beatles and Rolling Stones among many others. He co-founded The End, today a minor iconic symbol of British psychedelia. Then publishing, A & R and record production, developing the next generation of talent. He was, indirectly, involved in the birth of music videos, having given a publishing deal to one half of Buggles, whose ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ helped launch MTV. Next, TV drama, as a script editor and writer for the BBC and ITV. Now he has returned to performing, ‘very low-key, but it reminds me why I first got into music.’ Colin is co-writer of the Marc Bolan musical ‘20th Century Boy’ which toured the UK nationally in 2014 and 2018.



Demure is a band of performers: they won’t just bring the energy of a unique modern rock, which integrates contemporary and alternative sounds, but also will put on a highly engaging show that has been proven effective to get moving audiences with the most varied ages and tastes. Hailing from Brighton and working hard to rise in the music scene, Demure counts performances all over the UK, and the impact of the band was such to delight festival organisers to call the band in again for the following year, along with placements in music competitions such as winning the Horsham Battle of Bands, participating in the Isle of Wight New Blood Competitions and being enrolled in the Soundwaves Music Competition. On this occasion, Demure will be joined on stage by the amazing singer Katja Macabre!



Taking influences from singer songwriters, anthemic stadium bands and cinematic soundscapes, Tim delivers delicate and intimate songs which draw you in and take you along with him.


His disarmingly honest lyrics and melodies over acoustic guitars, strings and atmospheric vocal layers create a unique and often emotional sound, lingering with the listener long after the songs have ended.


Think of a mash-up between Bon Iver, U2 and Hans Zimmer and you have a good idea of what

to expect.



GASMONKEY formed in 2022 with a single vision: Rock the Party. All killer, no filler. 2023 will see them make their debut appearance at the Albury Music Festival. The band have built a rabid following forged during their electric live shows playing private functions and bars throughout the county. If you’ve got an appetite for classic rock, GASMONKEY has your medicine; playing hits from AC/DC, Oasis, Bowie, Dylan, Guns n’ Roses, U2 and more. The band is made up of: Joe Occomore, James Belso, Joey Meehan, Nick Fairway and Jacob McGuire.



Baz Francis is a singer-songwriter and founding member of the bands Magic Eight Ball and Mansion Harlots. Collectively releasing 5 albums both solo and with his bands, Baz has toured extensively across the world, and along the road opened for acts such as Art Alexakis (Everclear), Blind Melon, Chuck Mosley (Faith No More) and Ginger Wildheart.



We are a 6 piece acoustic, folk/rock/rock band from Guildford. We play a mix of popular classics in our own stomped-up style, plus our own up-beat original songs.


We have a unique sound, featuring violin, mandolin, tenor guitar, harmony vocals, and all underpinned by solid bass and drums, 


We have played many festivals, pubs & clubs since we formed in 2012.

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Following on from their successful opening season wowing crowds on their home turf in the Surrey Hills, Broke N Bones are excited to return to the stage to share their high energy and flourishing talent for a second summer of rock, fun and hopefully sun!


With the goal of reviving old school rock classics, they have worked tirelessly to expand their repertoire to bring you favourites from the 70s to the present day – think

AC/DC, Bon Jovi and throw a bit of One Direction to the mix. These 11 year olds will be sure to get you off your feet, singing at the top of your lungs and evoking memories of day gone by.



Influenced by 70s Californian rock and the incredible women in the current indie pop scene, Bryony's sound is ever evolving. Through her time writing and performing in the harmony drenched indie band 'The Choco La's' and extensive time sat on trains listening to her constantly updated playlist 'Songs I'm living with', she has settled her musical world in a world of trees, dappled light and soft voices for now. For fans of Maggie Rogers, Wolf Alice, Fleetwood Mac.  

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The man with a plan, ASH BAKER and I have NEWS for you! In the last 7 years I have been at home, not just because of COVID 19 but because just only 7 years ago I lost myself.


I had a break down and found that I had lost my faith and trust in peers. And started to develop my first taste of mental health. 


I had to isolate myself, to realise my own dreams and to start looking out for what it was I needed myself to grow. As I came back from being on NYC FASHION WEEK runways I realised my friends hadn't moved up and on, so I had to help.


The rest is history.



Formed in 2005, The Landings are an Aldershot based post-punk/alternative band, with two albums to date, debut ‘The Landings’ and sophomore effort ‘Seconds.’ They have played regularly in the local area, with notable appearances at Westival in Aldershot, and several recent shows in Guildford, Farnborough and Farnham, at Undercover Festival 10 and more. 


The Landings are;

John K Edwards – Vocals and Keyboards

Stu Thorpe – Drums

Jamie Borland – Bass and Backing Vocals

Danny Cornell – Guitar and Backing Vocals


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