Entertainment

The Great British Beer Festival Winter isn’t just about beer. We have a selection of musical entertainment that will appear throughout the festival, including rock, pop and alternative bands. Plan ahead with our advanced tickets to ensure you don’t miss out on your favourite live band. Lunchtime slots start around 1.30pm and evening slots start at approximately 7pm.

Here is the line up:

Thursday 21 February 2019

Evening: Dove and Boweevil (blue roots and Americana and more)

Friday 22 February 2019

Lunch:     Polymer (blues, rock ‘n’ roll)

Evening: The Collective (funk, soul, disco)

Saturday 23 February 2019

Lunch:     Pirate Joe (reggae, beatbox, gypsy-folk and a whole lot more)

Early:       Super Action Heroes (indie rock) (playing early evening, close 9.30pm)

The Balloon Platoon

Make sure you seek them out for that personalised balloon creation for you to remember the Great British Beer Festival Winter! Take a picture and post it on our Twitter pages @GBBFWinter or Facebook @GBBFWinter.  Please show them your customary ‘appreciation’ with a tip.

Dove and Boweevil

Playing Thursday 21 February 2019 – Evening

In 2012 Dove and Boweevil became electrified and formed as a five piece band with influences from Doctor John, Delaney and Bonnie and The Tedeschi Trucks Band.  Nominated for best vocalist and guitarist in the British Blues Awards, their song Listen Up has also been used in film soundtrack Scar Tissue with a visit to BAFTA for the premiere. Their album ‘This Life’ has been nominated for best album and best song in the BBA’s and pick of the week on BBC Radio and Future Radio. A band refusing to play just one genre…Roots, Americana, Soul and Blues…leaving audiences wanting more.

Polymer Five

Playing Friday 22 February 2019 – Lunchtime

A rhythm ‘n’ blues outfit from the heart of East Anglia. Putting our own spin on the numbers from the likes of Dr Feelgood, Taj Mahal, Nine Below Zero and a whole bunch more. Members:  Kieran Brennan, bass – Henry Greenwood, harmonica – Dan Lorne, vocals – Dan Reynolds, drums – Andy Walker, guitar.

Posted by Polymer Five on Friday, July 13, 2018

The Collective

Playing Friday 22 February 2019 – Evening

Established in 2007, The Collective are one of Norfolk’s favourite wedding and function bands. This professional outfit are guaranteed to turn your event into something unique. A collection of permanent, highly professional musicians, who have performed with many top artists and have over 25 years’ experience, they are a band like no other. Classic soul, funk, disco and rock are seamlessly blended with the most up to date tracks. A real party band for a seriously fun night!

 

Pirate Joe & The Foreign Locals

Playing Saturday 23 February 2019 – Lunchtime

With their talented, bohemian frontman, this band are truly unique! Bringing their distinctive sound to well-known tracks and original songs too – from Balkan gypsy folk to beatbox to reggae. This band will be bringing a feet-stomping mass of tunes, some crazy drama and promises to be a whole lot of fun. Absolutely not to be missed!

Super Action Heroes

Playing Saturday 23 February 2019 – Evening

Super Action Heroes play all of your favourite rock anthems all the way through from the 60’s to the present day!! Playing modern and classic rock, this band will get the dance floor thumpin’!

 

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