Live Music Acts Performing This Year
From Pop to RnB to Nepalese sounds to ukele music, festival goers are sure to be in for a real treat with the number and range of live acts performing at this years Tidworth Town Festival.
Some of these include;
One Last Thrill will be bringing their hard hitting guitar riffs, punchy drums and vocal melodies to Tidworth Town Festival's main stage on Saturday 20th July. Stay tuned for an interview with them and our very own Steve Pope from the Blues Rock show soon.
Cressers Last Stand A real treat, they play a range of classic punk / funk and new wave from the 70's and 80's. Listen to their recent interview with John Sparrow below;
The Tribe Another band returning to Tidworth Town Festival, festival goers will once again be wowed with their: "hip hop & upbeat reggae sound with snappy lyrics and extremely funky beats!" Listen out for an interview with The Tribe and Feel Good Friday's presenter Susan Connolly airing soon.
Mikelele Something a little different for this years festival, Mikelele, a music and comedy ukele act based in the Salisbury area, will be bringing some fun ukele sounds to the proceedings. You can hear his recent interview with Steve G on his Sounds Interesting show below;
Tidworth Military Wives Choir - made up of ladies with a connection to the army supporting each other through song, the TMW sing a range of songs and are sure to keep you entertained. You can listen again to their interview with Kev Lawrence below;
Paige Dobson - Paige was the winner of the Festival Factor competition run by Tidworth Town Council some years previously and will once again be taking to the stage and entertaining festival goers. Listen to her interview with Kev Lawrence below;
Decibelles and Whistles - a community choir group who sing a wide range of musical hits.
Tamzin Stead - Tamzin is another local singer and you can listen to her interview with Donna B below;
Steve Slater - Also an acting member of Tidworth Town Council Steve sings a mix of classic hits, swing and a sprinkle of modern favourites.
Also performing this year are the Family Fellowship Choir, the Tidworth Youth Choir and The Southern Jacobites Pipe Band, all of whom will be being interviewed very soon.