3 stages at the Fayre, where you can find
music to enjoy, whatever your tastes
Main Stage - Market Square - Town Centre
2nd Stage - Newent Park - High Street Side
Acoustic Stage - Food Village
2022 Bands on the Main Stage
The Rolling Clones
The Ultimate Rolling Stones Tribute Show
The Rolling Clones have been entertaining crowns across the country for nearly 25 years distilling the show down to a pure hit of Rock'n'Roll with a chaser of sequinned Glam. From the early days of rhythm and blues, through the excesses of the 70s, the Rolling Clones' Rock'n'Roll show has been a faithful interpretation of the biggest band ever's greatest hits, delivered with a smirk and a wink, recalling the mischief making of Mr Jagger himself and remaining true to the spirit of the originals.
For more information about the band please go to this Website
Powerful Celtic undertones and intoxicating tribal rhythms
Roving Crows push the boundaries of the Celtic Folk genre and play with genuine passion, energy and soul – a must see live act.
A vibrant mix of Celtic-inspired fiddle alongside original and intelligent lyrics backed by pounding, tribal and electronica infused dance grooves; the band comprises fiddle, electric and acoustic guitar, electric 5 and 6 string bass, pumping bongo percussion rhythms and vocals. For more information about the band please go to this website.
Ska Reggae Punk from Brighton
Since their formation in 2016, and with an album and several single releases under their belt, Dakka Skanks have been continuously picking up live shows from promoters across Europe and the UK. Their first Spanish mini-tour of the Madrid area generated more offers including shows across Germany, France, Belgium and Spain. Dakka Skanks have performed in shows with Madness, Neville Staple, The Skatalites, Bad Manners and The Toasters although the pandemic brought the touring to a halt. Since then Dakka Skanks have supported The Skints and The Dub Pistols and they have just had a successful mini tour of Europe headlining their own show in Switzerland and supporting Buster Shuffle through Germany and Holland.
For more information about the band please go to this website.
Dead Dads Club
Architects of Big Anthems and Rowdiness
Dead Dads Club are a 4-piece rock band from Malvern, UK. Drawing influences from the sensibilities and melodies of 60s guitar bands through to the high energy anthems of the 90s, their sound has often been compared to bands such as The Stone Roses, Oasis and The Doors. Dead Dads Club explode onto the stage fusing together a driving rhythm section topped with addictive melodies and harmonies, creating a wall of sound drowning in attitude. The band was formed in 2017 by frontman and guitarist, Lee Richardson. After numerous
line-up changes, the band settled in 2021 with the addition of Jim Smith (bass & backing vocals), Ian "ten percent" Rae (lead guitar) and Ian Saxelby-Smith (drums). They have toured extensively up and down the country including venues in London (Nambucca & Troubadour), Liverpool (The Cavern Club), Birmingham (02 Institute, Sunflower Lounge) as well as local venues in Malvern & Worcester (The Marrs Bar, The Old Con Club). In 2021, the band performed 3 sets at Lakefest, Eastnor Castle including the BBC Introducing Stage and The Floating Globe Stage. They've since been invited back to play on the mainstage in 2022 alongside artists such as UB40, Supergrass, Manic Street Preachers & Reef.They have toured extensively up and down the country including venues in London (Nambucca & Troubadour), Liverpool (The Cavern Club), Birmingham (02 Institute, Sunflower Lounge) as well as local venues in Malvern & Worcester (The Marrs Bar, The Old Con Club). In 2021, the band performed 3 sets at Lakefest, Eastnor Castle including the BBC Introducing Stage and The Floating Globe Stage.
Look out for other great BANDS and solo acts
on Stage 2 and
the Acoustic Stage