Music

“As always, we’ll be bringing you a great mix of familiar and acclaimed artists alongside our favourite new discoveries. Wander down to the Boathouse where Caught by the River presents legendary DJs and live bands. Catch a world music luminary or indie’s finest on the Park Stage. The nearby Ace of Clubs devotes a night to Cornish acts followed by the best club bands around and there are more eclectic surprises in the Walled Garden and the Orangery, from synthpop to brass bands.

Down by the viaduct we serve foot stompin’, honky tonkin’ good time music at The Black Cow Saloon. You can bathe in the beautiful acoustics of a show in the Church and when the sun goes down on the Bowling Green, there’ll be family-friendly fun with the Ceilidh Liberation Front.

TS Eliot wrote, “You are the music / While the music lasts.” And if you head for the Boogie Round you can be you/the music till the sun comes up again.”

Louis Eliot and Rick Worthy (Music Programmers)

Baxter Dury

Gaz Coombes

Gwenno

Danny Goffey

Chris Difford

Insecure Men

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis

Confidence Man

Teleman

77:78

Halo Maud

Stick In The Wheel

BC Camplight

Jalen N’Gonda

Xylaroo

Royal Sounds

Iain Sinclair and The Last London Band

William the Conqueror

Andrew Weatherall & Justin Robertson

World Premiere: Bird Radio perform Ted Hughes’ “Crow”

Ceilidh Liberation Front

London African Gospel Choir

Snapped Ankles

audiobooks

We Are Muffy

Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip

The Ashton Jones Project

The Grahams

Jim Hammond

Hannah Peel

Nabihah Iqbal

Jim Ghedi

Wurlitzer

Flats and Sharps

Lail Arad & JF Robitaille

Michael Pedersen

The Burning Hell

Nathan Ball

The 45s

Dads on Drugs

Emily Breeze

Sharkmuffin

Hymn for Her

Creatures

Boy Azooga

The Goat Roper Rodeo Band

Erland Cooper

The Glass Aisle

Holiday Ghosts

Bad Nerves

The Nurses

Pearl,TN

Junior Bill

The Shuks

Arcadia 78rpm orchestra

Crewel Intentions

Generation

FEET

John Moore

Lola, from The Cradle of Flamenco

Tal National

DJ Jenna Allsop

DJ Kate St Shields

DJ Catti Myth

Toby Hay