Multi Venue Multi Genre Winter Music Festival in Glastonbury
28th February 2020
29th February 2020
Zion Train, Imprints, Matt Owens Music, K-Passa, LICE, Oh, The Guilt, Pattern Pusher, All Smiles In Wonderland, Ålesund, b.e_cooling, Shoun Shou
Glastonbury Calling hits number 5 this year and has now become an established event on the festival calendar. This is an event that doesn’t churn out the same line up every year and is always full of surprises. It kicks off on the Friday this year with a silent disco at the Bocabar with 2 channels playing a mix of fantastic 12 local DJ’s including Angel Mel, DJ Quantize, Average and View from the Beach it will be a mix of different genres of dance music. There will be a third channel with a mix of indie, punk and rock… No cheese here. As usual the Saturday kicks off at the Riflemans Arms this time with punk band Liabilities AD. With 5 venues Tor Leisure, The Bocabar, The King Arthur. Hawthorns Hotel and The Riflemans there are 40 acts on the Saturday playing a wide variety of music that will appeal to everyone. The legendary worldwide act and Dub pioneers are headlining the Bocabar. Also there are local rap heroes House of Commoners. Fresh from headlining the Croissant Neuf tent at Glastonbury Festival the Imprints, the eclectic Duncan Batey and Paradigm. Heading up Tor Leisure are K-Passa who are a West Country legendary act with a huge local following and will make the place bounce with their danceable folk rock. Also there are hard working country act Broken Bones Matilda, China Bears who have racked up over 210,000 streams with their indie hit Meet Me In London, John D Revelator with their rebellious music, Fey Militia with indie pop, George Wilding with beautifully crafted music who has been mentored by the members of XTC and Bloom and indie act who are getting plenty of attention on the scene. King Arthur has Lice (supported Idles on tour) who are breaking their post punk shackles with an exciting new sound. Oh the Guilt with a big grungy and sometimes delicate sound. Last One Home a massive local indie band with great songs plus No Violet, Defaced, Whie Lion Parade, All Smiles In Wonderland and Hell-ios. This is the venue with all the loud and heavy acts. Other highlights include Alesund for fans of London Grammar, Matt Owens from Noah and the Whale, Shoun Shoun the GFM Songwriting winners, plus loads of other great music through the day.
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