Saturday 4th Sept 2020 - Line Up
More acts to be announced soon
I'm Still Standing
A TRIBUTE TO ELTON JOHN
This spectacular Elton John show features dazzling live piano playing on a replica black grand piano, adding a unique layer of authenticity.
The unique sound of Elton’s own piano and vocals is faithfully replicated as Max delivers the songs we all know and love, taking the audience on a journey through the career of the most famous contemporary performer on the planet. Expect costume changes, virtuosic musicianship, laughs and sincerity along the way!
Get ready to rewind to the 70's
Glamstar are a tribute to the world of Glam and will not fail to ROCKYOURSOXOFF
5 extremely talented musician playing songs by T Rex, David Bowie, The Sweet, Mott The Hoople, Queen, Suzi Quatro, Slade, Mud, Van Halen and many more!
BHANGRA SMASH UP
A Banfest favourite return for the third year.
Bhangra comes to Banstead as Birmingham’s brilliant Bhangra Smash Up give all the classics that Indian twist and always get the party started.
If they don't get you dancing nothing will.
SWING STREET ORCHESTRA
Swing Street are a Sussex based 14 piece big band, led by Dr Matt Bell. They perform classic swing, Rn'B and jump jive numbers, together with a blend of more modern lindy/jive tracks, such as those arranged by Brian Setzer, The Ray Collin's Hot Club, Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Anything that keeps the floor jumping!
Wheezy Joe are a 5-piece band comprising guitar, bass, drums, keys/honky-tonk piano and blues harmonica, playing an eclectic mix of blues with a contemporary twist from artists such as Robert Johnson, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters and BB King through to Clapton and the Stones, along with a few classics from the likes of Taj Mahal, Robben Ford, Keb' Mo' and Joe Walsh thrown in for good measure. Always entertaining, always good to listen to and invariably have the crowd up dancing and yelling for more!
New Zealand Punk Rock since 1981
Desperate Measures formed in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1981. It was a violent city, and a violent time, but the city had a thriving music scene and DM's quickly found a following with their punk and post punk sound.