11:00 - 11:45
Serenity are an acoustic cover band who perform material ranging from Jazz to pop, with songs to suit all events and age groups. The band is made up of 4 members, and was founded in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The group perform across the midlands at events including 'Battle of the Bands' in Worcester and 'Folk Festival' in Bromsgrove. They will be our opening act on the Saturday, so make sure you get down nice and early so you don't miss out!
12:00 - 12:30
Singing together for health, wellbeing, happiness and confidence

Have fun, feel great and enjoy using your voice!
12:45 - 13:45
Joe is a 17 year old young man from Sedgley, Wolverhampton and has been playing Ukulele and Banjo for a few years now and has appeared at many clubs and festivals.

He also won the Austin Search for a Star 2017 and is excited to be performing at this festival.
14:15 - 15:00
Uncomplicated are a Pop/Rock band who formed on The Junction Community Project at Base Studios. During the project, the band had the opportunity to write and record their own song, Ghostly Images, while they also rehearsed and covered seven other songs which they then played at a gig at the Rufford Road-based studios. The band consists of five local teenagers, singer-songwriter Molly Butcher, guitarists Dylan Evans and Bradley, bass player Chris Hancox and drummer Connor Harvey.

The band with continued support of Mentor Liam White have continued after finishing the project. Uncomplicated have since expanded there set close to 30 songs and have gone on to perform the well known family friendly Pop/Rock covers as well as there own original material to hundreds of people in the West Midlands.

Uncomplicated always put on a fantastic show, which will be sure to get you dancing!
15:15 - 16:00
Lily-Rose is a 16 year old acoustic singer-songwriter who has been writing and performing covers for the past year. Self-taught, she plays guitar and regularly busks in Bromsgrove.

She attended Belbroughton Primary School and is excited to be performing.
16:30 - 16:50
High Energy Muscle Biplane Aerobatics. Powerful and Dynamic Aerial Entertainment

High energy gyroscopic forces have been combined with aerobatic manoeuvres to produce a very dynamic routine.
The powerful MT prop and 6 cylinder 9 litre lycoming take this air show routine to another level.
HEADLINE ACT - 17:00 - 18:00
At home on the Birmingham music scene for more than ten years, Gucci Pimp are a band on a mission. Their path mirrors the fortunes of the second city itself, with the band never seeking fame but being content to just do what they did best - only to recently find themselves invigorated with renewed purpose and vigour, driven by a creative flowering that has delivered their best music yet.
11:00 - 11:45
Grace & Abby are both 14 and were introduced to each other by their music teacher at Bewdley High School just over a year ago. Grace began singing 7 years ago and is trained to LCM musical theatre standard and is currently studying grade 8. Abby has played a variety of instruments over the years and became particularly inspired about piano and keyboard 2 years ago. She has exceptional technical talent and although she can read music she prefers to play 'by ear'. You will never see her with a sheet of music.

Together they are Melody Blue, performing at local venues, hits from the '50's through to current day, and working on their own material.
Instagram @officialmelodyblue
12:00 - 12:45
Stagecoach Stourbridge has been providing quality part-time training in singing, dancing and acting for over 10 years. As part of one of the longest running and most successful children's performing arts schools network in the world Stagecoach Stourbridge is more than just a stage school, theatre school or drama school. We are proud to offer a full and rounded education, teaching life skills to build confidence and stretch imaginations through singing, acting and dance classes.
13:00 - 13:30
We will be presenting prizes for the best scarecrows.
Prizes will be awarded as follows:

  • Best Scarecrow
  • Most original scarecrow
  • Best interpretation of theme
  • Prize for technical/creative merit
  • Best pun (scarecrow name)
  • Best guest scarecrow (from outside village)

2016 winners pictured above
13:30 - 13:50
High Energy Muscle Biplane Aerobatics. Powerful and Dynamic Aerial Entertainment

High energy gyroscopic forces have been combined with aerobatic manoeuvres to produce a very dynamic routine.
The powerful MT prop and 6 cylinder 9 litre lycoming take this air show routine to another level.
13:50 - 14:50
Dragon Music is a new Rock School which started on Wednesday 26th April in Bromsgrove. Lessons take place at St John's Middle School on Wednesdays. Drummers, guitarists, bassists, vocalists, keyboard players and any other instruments are welcome - you will be put together into bands where you can create your own material or work on cover versions under expert supervision over 10 sessions. All of this leads to an end of term concert where the term's work is showcased.
Twitter: @DragonMusicEd
Instagram: dragonmusiced
15:00 - 15:45
Singing an eclectic fusion of boogie woogie, jazz and swing from the 1940s to present day.
15:55 - 16:40
Lucy is a cover artist, who performs a variety of music genres ranging from jazz to rock, musical theatre and pop. Having recently graduated from The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London, she is now a qualifed musical theatre performer with skills not only in singing, but also in acting, dancing and musicianship. Lucy also has a passion for teaching, working with children of all ages across London.
HEADLINE ACT - 17:00 - 18:00
In tribute to the iconic era, The 3 Sixties is a five piece R&B / soul group authentically recreating the sounds & style of the Swinging Sixties. Delivering high quality performances, the group's attention to detail and musicianship takes the audience on a journey through the decade that brought us The British Invasion, Beatlemania, Mods & Rockers & the Psychedelic "summer of love" amongst many others. The 3 Sixties show provides the opportunity to take a nostalgic trip down memory lane to a time when teenagers listened to the latest hits from both sides of the pond on the cafe jukebox or a basic record player / radiogram. The performance recreates a time when a nightly dose of Radio Luxembourg or Alan Freeman's BBC programme Pick of the Pops on a Sunday was at the heart of Pop culture, while Ready Steady Go and Top Of The Pops provided a medium of musical escapism never seen before.