Finale Weekend (16-17 Sept) – The Bands Take Over The Park! Sunday 17 September 2023

Finale Weekend (16-17 Sept) – The Bands Take Over The Park! Sunday 17 September 2023

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Event Date
Date(s) - 17/09/2023
11:00 am until 9:00 pm

Location
Roberts Park

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This event is free to attend.

Saltaire Festival finale weekend brings three stages with huge line-ups on both days with non-stop live music from 11am until 9pm each day.

A new band starts on the hour each hour.

Main Stage line-up for the final day- Sunday 17 September

11.00 The Band Upstairs – We begin the final day of the festival with smooth Jazz from this excellent band, perfect for a morning walk or to enjoy the festival in quiet surroundings
12.00 Teenage And The Wildlife – Formed in the 80s this melodic punk act have made a recent return and are busy across the North
13.00 Into The Silence – With two albums released this band bring 90s style rock and grunge originals
14.00 Five Miles Out – Movie themes and soundtrack tunes, Five Miles Out play the tunes you love to hear
15.00 Conflare – Technology meets edgy modern rock. Expect high energy from this fast-rising band
16.00 Pat Fulgoni Blues Experience – Classic blues and a stunning voice from this legendary frontman
17.00 Trenchtown – Reggae, SKA? It’s party time in Roberts Park!
18.00 Alex Spy – A huge following for this cutting edge two-piece powerhouse
19.00 The Trilogies – Stunning three-part harmonies from Freddie Bolt (Netflix ‘Bank of Dave’), Nigel Passey and Bradley Johnson (Vinny Dingle, Emmerdale) with full band and brass section.
In this theatre-set you’ll sing along and dance to classic hits of Motown, Soul and Pop. What a way to close this year’s 20th Anniversary event!

                          Alex Spy

Here’s the line-up for Sunday 17th September on the Bandstand Stage

11.00 – The FolkStrings – A duo from Leeds playing an eclectic selection of traditional fiddle tunes, Klezmer music and swing.
12.00 –  Le Chat Violet – Voice of an angel, mischievous as a cat! An eclectic mix of folk, rock, and musical comedy from this solo performer
13.00 – Nay Harrison Music – Nay is a Leeds based singer songwriter who is going from strength to strength, this year playing gigs and festivals across west Yorkshire
14.00 – Ian Bareham Music – Ian bareham is a yorkshire-based indie-folk singer-songwriter. He impressed at our Challenge Starmaker event back in May, and has played at Ilkley live festival
15.00 – Lord William Delines’ Avenue of the Blues AKA West Yorkshire Noblemans Society – delivering a modern upbeat Rhythm & Blues drawing on such luminaries as Muddy Waters, Van Morrison, Tommy Tucker, James Brown, Beck and Jimmy Reed, noble men all
16.00 – Poison & Wine -An local alt-folk supergroup of sorts, Shipley based Dan McGlade, Lisa Mallaghan (The Funk Lockers) and Richard Babington (Six Days) were thrown together by a shared love of vocal harmony and roots music from across the Pond.  Poison & Wine celebrate modern and classic Americana in all its forms
17.00 – Fishing For Compliments – Playing as a 2 piece, Eileen and Ashley will be representing the Huddersfield band who specialise in catchy, hook-laden folk/pop songs
18.00 – The Late Arrivals Club – A band of musicians playing and recording original songs, if you’re into mellow (but not sleepy) rock tunes with that old school flare, you should give it a whirl
19.00 – The Blanx  – A young new Yorkshire based Rock band doing 60s 70s and 80s, “now that’s rock and roll” is their motto.