Sunday 28th August 12pm to 10pm at Henry Sandon Hall / Goodroots, Worcester
Worcester Indie Beer Festival takes place this bank holiday weekend 26th to 28th August, and features live music all day on the Sunday, which we at SLAP Magazine were asked to curate. There’ll be two stages, a main stage inside Henry Sandon Hall, and an acoustic stage outside featuring acoustic artists and even a drumming workshop.
The Indie Craft Beer festival highlights some of the best beer in the UK and further afield. A mix of 5 different bars showcasing the best breweries in the UK, authentic Czech lagers, Bavarian & Franconian beers, Belgian Speciality ales, traditional cask beers & more!
Chevy Chase Stole my Wife
Stage time: 2:45pm
‘Worcester’s favourite fizzy pop rockers’ ‘Effervescent delivery… infectious energy’ ‘Had me grinning like a loon’ ‘Bubbly, fun and damn addictive’ ‘Serrated Pop Perfection’ ‘Witty lyrics lined up with a great sense of humour’.
Stage time: 4:15pm
The Arboretum – Intense, original genre defining music, The Arboretum combine stunning visuals with a rich cinematic Post-Punk sound. Where Electronica combines with powerful rhythmic themes, shimmering guitars, dirty bass lines and expansive vocals. The Arboretum continue to explore the narrative in their music by developing their lyrical layers that build on themes of hope in these uncertain, dark and challenging times.
Stage time: 5:45pm
“What a bunch of ****ers” [sic]
Four piece, female fronted post punk misfits with a nod to the festival scene.
Stage time: 7:30pm
Glass Ceilings are a young indie pop band from Birmingham. Their ‘infectious melodies and tight vocals’ paired with their ability to ‘project emotion into their music without sacrificing originality’ has got them recognised as one of the top 20 West Midlands bands destined for success in 2020.
Stage time: 2pm
Established local musician, Firefly open mic compere and one half of Immy and the Boatmanl
Stage time: 3:30pm
Acoustic renditions of grunge, rock, and metal, spanning from Nirvana to Black Sabbath.
Stage time: 5pm
The perfect introduction to a variety of drumming traditions from West Africa, Jamaica, Brazil, India and more. There are plenty of drums and percussion to play or bring your own.
Stage time: 6:45pm
Riché describes his music as Corduroy Soul. Dusty multi-instrumental electronic loops and acoustic soulfulness blend to create a line of alternative soul that would make withered branches stand to attention.
Ticket available on the door