Headlining the Worcester Show is [spunge], a Ska Punk band hailing from Tewkesbury who have playing live since 1994 and showing no signs of slowing down…
[spunge], have toured with or played alongside a number of UK bands; and several American bands such as Green Day, Dropkick Murphys and Reel Big Fish; and been supported on a UK tour by Bowling for Soup; the latter of whom contributed backing vocals to the song “Centerfold” on the That Should Cover It! Album.
Worcester four piece, female fronted post punk misfits with a nod to the festival scene.
Genre is always a poser when faced with such variety of sound, so the fact that Skewwhiff have not been out of place supporting bass legend Mike Watt’s brand of jazz/punk and Brit-pop pioneers Dodgy, demonstrates the difficulty in pinning a pithy label to this bunch of misfits.
Poppy WS is a local singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist combining piano, guitar and a soulful voice to create original music that leaves you intrigued with an uplifted and curious spirit to match.
Woo Town play fun-fuelled, genre-spanning tunes. Fun, energy, hoe-downs, jigs and reels…all plentiful when you see The Woo Town Hillbillies. This collective of musicians/pranksters really love what they do and it shows!
Absolutely thrilled Worcester Mela are joining The Worcester Show to bring together different communities and provide a shared experience that will unite the city through culture, colour and creativity. The Mela team have lots planned and their very own marquee at Pitchcroft alongside performances on both the Main Stage and the Community Stage.
We are excited to announce Split Second will be performing their new single at The Worcester Show. Hannah, Jack, Levi and Darcy are local teenagers who were discovered busking in Worcester but on 14th August, they will be taking to the main stage!
11:00 Split Second
12:00 Woo Town
13:00 Worcester Mela Performance
14:15 Poppy WS