We are lucky enough to have the services of a number of bands on the Saturday of our festival,
in fact its slowly becoming a Beer & Music festival!

On the Friday evening this year we are music free

On the Saturday 14th April we are blessed with having sessions throughout the late afternoon and evening

Molly Rymer - 15:00
Welcome back to Molly who is a solo acoustic artist from Woodlesford
Her musical influences include Paramore and The Foo fighters.
However her set list consists of a range of popular chart music plus some original material.

The Florins - 16:00
Welcome back to the Florins who played great sets for us at the last 3 Beer Festivals
The Florins are a Leeds/Wakefield based acoustic rock duo with spine tingling harmonies
and a retro feel. Rockin' covers, rockin' girls.

Lucy Herbert - 17:00
The return of Lucy Herbert - a Local singer/guitarist act from Carlton
Lucy was invited on stage by headliner James Coley in 2015 and now has her own spot

James Coley - 17:30
a Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter from Leeds who writes original music and also perform covers by popular artists from the
1950s to the present day.If you want to learn more about James and the music he plays or are interested in booking him click the name to link to his website

The Bluesharks - 19:15
Hello to the Blue Sharks for the 2018 Beer Festival (19:15)
Bluesharks are a Leeds-based blues band playing a mixture of classic and modern blues.
Formed in the summer of 2012, the band features the three Wolstenholme brothers along
with Laura Morris, James Lynch and Graeme Cuthbertson. They have played together in
various local bands for years but this line-up is new and the first time all six have
been in the same band. The Bluesharks feature a unique blend of three guitar sounds
The guitarists share lead and rhythm duties, weaving in and out with powerful solos and melodic riffs.
The rock-solid rhythm section features Ian on drums and James on bass. Adam and Laura provide the vocals.
The Bluesharks’ set features classics by Muddy Waters, BB King and the Stones mixed with less-obvious choices
by artists including Primal Scream, The Doors, Robert Cray and Bruce Springsteen. Blended in are a growing number
of original songs inspired by some of the greats..

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