The stage is beside the river in an amazing setting.
Note; we would very much like to keep to these times.
wil be starting with the excellent Havana
Good Time, to get you up and dancing.
Havana Good Time
is one of the busiest and most eclectic latin bands in the UK, performing
a wide range of popular latin dance music with an emphasis on danceable
salsa and Cuban son.
1.45pm TINA MALI
Tina Mali is about
recording the emotions in the moment she creates her songs, leaving pure
melodies. She has crafted a dynamic expressive and atmospheric sound,
likened to Bjork, Kate Bush and Tori Amos, with unique melodic hooks and
thoughtful, challenging lyrics.
HAVANA GOOD TIIME will be playing another set
3.10pm GIUSEPPI NIEDDU
4.10pm Rocket Number 9 will be playing
mix of soul, funk, blues, reggae and English quirkiness. The band's line-up
is a classic four piece comprising singer-songwriters and brothers Ed
(keyboards and vocals) and Tim (guitars and vocals), joined by George
(bass) and Mark (drums).
Bitendi and his group Taxi Pata Pata will close the day.
and Taxi Pata Pata were the first UK based African band to get a BBC Radio
One live session and took Andy Kershaws then show by storm. Directed
by the inimitable Nsimba Foggis, Taxi Pata Pata play soukous, the irrepressible
rippling guitar dance music of the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly
Zaire) infused with pan African influences and seasoned with a London
vibe, topped with the finest vocals.