Sunday 29th August
Advance tickets closed – Tickets £7 on the door
Age requirements: 14+ (Under 18’s to be accompanied by an adult)
A whole day of live music (and quality beer) alternating between two venues … The Lighthouse and The Berry. Step right up for …. ‘The Quarter Mile Dash!’
50 The Strand, Walmer, Deal, Kent CT14 7DX
23 Canada Rd, Walmer, Deal CT14 7EQ
12pm (Lighthouse): Jake St. Ange
1pm (Berry): Marland
2pm (Lighthouse): (Surprise special guest)
3pm (Berry): Argyle
4pm (Lighthouse): Molly’s Lips
5pm (Berry): Callum Sutton
6pm (Lighthouse): FROST
7pm (Berry): Mimi O’Halloran
8pm (Lighthouse): The C33s
9pm (Berry): The Maywaves (acoustic)
10pm (Lighthouse): The as yet unnamed new project featuring members of The Long Knives!
The C33s are a guitar, bass and drums trio from Manchester. Sounding like they’ve just stepped out of CBGB’s in the late 70’s, they incorporate elements of surf, garage and a Cramps- style tribal approach to their distinctive sound.
Founded by Billy Glinn and Phil Self, the duo should already be familiar for performing with acts such as Cocos Lovers, The Hellfire Orchestra and Will Varley.
Along with the expected guitars, harmonies and strings this new show sees the addition of reed organs, synths and live electronics to create a blend of atmospheric acoustic and electronic sounds.
FROST is a drummer and electronic musician exploring rhythm through process and framework to further understand pattern, texture and connectivity.
There are reoccurring themes of minimalism, leftfield techno and post rock, underpinned by the ideology of networked beats.
THE MAYWAVES (Acoustic)
The Maywaves are an alternative rock band that merges multiple styles of music to form an exciting new sound that many have never heard before. They released their debut album in October 2018 and have been playing all over the UK since!
Singer-songwriter Mimi O’Halloran, who’s captivating stage presence and seemingly limitless vocal ability never fail to enliven, enthral and inspire the collected audience. Mimi’s songs are wonderfully told stories laid bare and inflected with rhythmic brilliance on guitar and voice.
A 4-piece band from East Kent, blending elements of indie, folk and rock.