The wait is over! Here is this May’s beer list for you to check out, time to get planning for next week! Cheers! 🍻 Click here to see the list! https://portsmouthbeerfestival.wordpress.com/beers/
Not long now! Just over 1 week t go until Portsmouth Beer Festival is back and we can’t wait to see you there!
Featuring over 100 cask ales, draught beers, ciders, wines, gin, live music, games, food and more!
Friday 12th and Saturday 13th May at Portsmouth Guildhall.
Tickets selling fast – just £11
buy here: http://bit.ly/2oGjAC6
We welcome Yeehaa Granma to our Friday evening line up!
Yeehaa Granma play bluegrass music with a skiffle band style with Pogues, New Orleans Jazz and Blues and Johnny Cash influences. Featuring a wash tub bass, banjo, washboard, guitar, banjolele, flute, mandolin and harmonicas. The clue to this band’s sound may very much be in the name!
Saturday Afternoon Session ~ Too Much 2Tone
Most of the bands considered to be part of the 2 Tone genre were signed to 2 Tone Records at some point. Other record labels associated with the 2 Tone sound were Stiff Records and Go Feet Records. The music was especially popular amonge mod revivalists. Too much 2Tone play all your favourite 2Tone era tunes from The Specials, The Selecter, Bad Manners, Madness, The Beat and others and will get you skanking for sure.
Saturday Evening Session ~ FM Live
FM Live previously know as The Live Lounge Project bring you the best performances of chart topping hits. They are five world class musicians whose career has already seen them work with the likes of Chase & Status, Jessie J, Boy George, Eva Cassidy, Mel B, Liam Bailey and have performed at The Royal Albert Hall, Glastonbury Festival, T In The Park, V Festival and the original Live Lounge venue itself.
RUBY & THE REVELATORS are a five piece soul & blues band based in Sussex. They have appeared at many high profile blues festivals in the UK and are renowned for their scintillating stage performances, described by Blues Matters as a ‘must see live act on the British Blues Scene’. Their repertoire takes you from sassy Stax era soul to Northern Soul to rocking rhythm and blues.