As well as being left inspired by some of the unbelievable speakers who will be at the festival, it wouldn't be a festival if there wasn't some unbelievable live music to groove the night way to after a day full of adventure. With this in mind, we'll be bringing some of the best bands the South West has to offer and you can find out who is already confirmed here.
SOME INCREDIBLE BANDS CONFIRMED BELOW
Land Of The Giants
The Giants have been pulling crowds to tents to groove until they sweat with their foot-stomping beats and contagious enthusiasm. A brass section that will make you grin from ear to ear, a heavy toe-tapping bass line and Andy Quick’s sensuous, soaring vocals will make you wonder why you’ve never danced your socks off to The Giants before.
Building on epic festival performances at Glastonbury Festival, Boardmasters, Boomtown and more - not to mention a 1000 capacity sold out hometown show at Plymouth Pavilions - in 2020 the band released their eagerly anticipated single “Taking To Me” as a teaser to the bands new record.
Rodney is a Texas-born musician who learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville, and put it all together in London. Rodney has played all types of music in all types of venues in his storied career. His adventurous, boundary-breaking guitar playing (sometimes two at the same time) has earned him the title "The Two Guitar Man" and has led to performance invites across America, Asia, Africa, and Europe, something we think is right in line with the adventure travel theme for the festival!
Malavita's genre defying sound fuses funky Latin beats, heaps of percussion, soaring guitars, skanktastic bass lines, punchy horns and soulful female vocals to create a heady mixture of original, infectious feel good tunes. 8 eclectic, fun seeking musical misfits originating from Italy, France and the Deep South (Westcountry) come together to inspire you to dance, sing along and loose your inhibitions. They're collectively on a mission to start the party and keep the dance floor jumping with their festival strength tropical sounds.
The group have enjoyed several summers full of gigs and festivals and have played the epic Boomtown Fair, Isle of Wight, Kendall Calling, Port Eliot Festival, Tunes in the Dunes, Looe Music Festival and Sunrise Festival to name a few...
Recently featured in The Metro, The Times, The Daily Mail, Hello! and on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, Bailey Tomkinson’s mix of pop-country hooks and relatable emotional storytelling has earned her comparisons with “an early Taylor Swift and Emmylou Harris”.
A singer-songwriter from St Ives, Cornwall, Bailey is part of the new wave of British Country influenced artists. Her cross-over appeal recently saw her land a #1 hit on the UK all-genre iTunes Music Video Charts outselling Miley Cyrus and Kylie Minogue. Her latest single also entered the iTunes country charts at #1.
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