Bracknell Ale & Cider Festival 2017 will feature a host of live local musical talent as always live stage – but we are still looking for a sponsor.
Tickets for the festival at Bracknell Rugby Club on Sunday 28th May are on sale now with prices starting at £1.
2017 live stage line up..
The full line-up for the Live Music Stage at Bracknell Ale & Cider Festival 2017 is now ready.
In a slight change from our normal procedure, we are providing half our slots for artists earlier in the day in a bid to fit more acts in.
Midday: Toxic Sofa
Regulars on the BACF stage and opening the event again.
23-year-old London based singer originally from Greece and Cyprus. Has studied Policing and Criminal Investigation and Forensic Medicine and has an absolutely belting voice.
Nelena has an EP available on itunes here and you can listen to her cover of Miley Cyrus’s Wrecking Ball below:
Pete went down a storm at our Reading Beer Festival in 2016 and we’re delighted he’s going to play for us again. Apologies for the shakey video (by us!)
Pete Penfold at Reading Rivermead Ale & Cider Festival
Vicki is a Bracknell based singer songwriter who will be playing for the first time at our event.
Has played the festival for a number of years and this time we’ve bumped her up the bill. A fantastic Bracknell based singer/songwriter. Watch Abi play Hayes talent show here:
If you know anyone, or area band or singer yourself who would like to play then please get in touch – even if we don’t fit you in this time around there are always more events!
Well received in 2016 and back for another slot on the festival bill.
The Nomads are stomping good music to drink to – rock and roll, blues, country, americana, bluegrass and jazz.
Robert & The Remoulds
Robert & The Remoulds are a well established group from the Slough area who play their own brand of rock & roll with original songs and an enigmatic front man.
Pete Penfold (reprise)
Pete makes a second appearance on the main stage.
A Berkshire-based 4 piece covers band playing exciting songs ranging from 70/80s new wave, through 90s Britpop, up to modern day indies with a few popular classics mixed in for good measure.