Just announced: Beer ‘n’ Blues Weekend 2015.

Beer ‘n’ Blues Weekend 2015

17 – 18 July / Weekend Pass / Day Pass for the Saturday

Band on the Wall Beer ’n’ Blues Festival ft. James Hunter, Walk and The Cadillac Kings.

Band on the Wall presents the finest acts the UK blues scene has to offer, together with a 20 pump bar featuring ales from some of the best local breweries.

James Hunter

17 July / 19:30 / More Info / Buy Tickets

The twice Grammy nominated James Hunter is man who time and time again delivers a classic, yet perpetually modern brand of rhythm and blues. Hunter’s career has captivated listeners across generations and earned him two Billboard Blues #1’s, tours with Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Etta James, and Willie Nelson, performances on Leno, Letterman, and Conan, and critical raves everywhere from the NY Times to USA Today. 

James Hunter is always dependably excellent, both in the recording studio and when treading the boards of stages on both sides of the Atlantic.” BBC Music



18 July / 13:00 / More Info / Buy Tickets

WALK is the sequencer blues project of Rik Warren and David Schlechtriemenmay, they may be new on the scene but have already garnered formidable praise from audiences and critics across the UK. The duo have a formidable CV between them: Warren being a founder member of Ernie’s Rhythm Section, Noon and The Halelujah Whip, while Schlechtriemen drums with Driver Drive Faster, The Miserable Rich, Honeyfeet and his own project The Pickpocket Network. WALK are a band to watch!


The Cadillac Kings

18 July / 19:30 / More Info / Buy Tickets

The Cadillac Kings are firm favourites on both the blues & the retro scenes, featuring some of the UK’s top blues and roots musicians. Inspired by the sounds and styles of the ‘40s & ‘50s with a distinctly modern take lyric-wise, this is a band with a reputation for wowing their audiences, from intimate clubs to major festivals, from theatres to dance-halls, the length & breadth of the UK & Europe, from the Canaries to Spitzbergen in the arctic circle!

The UK’s number one swing-blues outfit” Blues in Britain