The Rollin’ Clones plus up-and-coming singer-songwriter Harry Pane are just two of the fabulous line-up of acts appearing at WestFest2016 in June in aid of CHUMS.
It’s being held at Clayhill Farm in Westoning and promises to be a fun-filled day for all the family with a children’s area featuring hair braiding, face painting, temporary tattooes and nail art.
Harry Pane is an up-and-coming folk/blues singer-songwriter. He was recently named Best original Arist with PRS Music and has won a development deal with Island Records.
He’s just returned from Valencia where he was recording his second EP. Catch him before he heads off to Glastonbury, The Big Feastival and Jimmy’s Farm Harvest Festival.
Other artists on the bill include Rockface, Indi and the Vegas, Cat Delphi, Healyum, Holloway Road, Tom Braggins, Leon Bratt, Avi Simmons, The Purple and others.
In addition there’ll be school bands, local bands, cover bands and tribute bands – in fact something for everyone and everyone is welcome.
CHUMS spokeswoman Sue Clarke said: “Join us to celebrate local talent, dance to incredible musicians, sing along to nostalgic covers and have an amazing time while raising funds for two of our vital services - suicide/crisis response and stillbirth and neonatal bereavement.”
> Doors open at 12 noon and there’s an on-site bar and a range of catering. Tickets cost £10 each or £30 for a family of two adults and two children from www.westfest2016