We are extremely excited to announce our phenomenal line-up for Llanfest 2019!
Scottish indie rockers The Fratellis, best known for their worldwide smash Chelsea Dagger, Mistress Mabel and Whistle for the Choir, will headline Llanfest alongside Merseyside music legends The Coral, with their chart-topping tracks Dreaming of You, Pass it On and In the Morning.
Joining the high energy line-up will be Leeds-based indie icons The Pigeon Detectives, with the likes of This is an Emergency, Take Her Back and I Found Out, as well as pop rock trio Dodgy, with nostalgic nineties hits Staying out for the Summer and Good Enough to open the main stage headliners.
Soak up the summer festival atmosphere from 2pm with a range of live bands on the outside stages: The Globe Stage, The World Stage, The Amphitheatre Stage, Acoustic Sessions in The Food court and The Llan Jam. For more information on the timetable for each stage please scroll down. Enjoy the wide variety of food and drink stalls around the field before the Llanfest finale in the main Pavilion.
Sunday 7 July 2019 – 2.00pm
Gates open 1.30pm
There are 3 ticket options available which allow access to the whole site from 2pm.
Premium Standing: £49
For Accessible Seating please contact the Box Office on 01978 862001.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
The Globe Stage
|Sawbones||Playing hard rock with a pop sensiblity and prog, metal, hardcore, punk and grunge influences.||2.00pm|
|Marblehead Johnson||Live band which recreated Britpop hits up-to-date in a powerful combination of passion and quality.||4.00pm|
|Skaburst||Playing their own brand of anarchic Classic Ska and Ska’d up classics, with a classic line up of Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys and Sax.||5.00pm|
The World Stage
|The Montagues||An alt-rock/indie four piece from North Wales, they blend punchy drum and bass driven riffs with stadium sized choruses.||2.00pm|
|Seprona||A five-piece band from Liverpool creeps and glides with energetic indie and musicianship to make you dance, mosh and sway.||3.00pm|
|Before the Storm||Is a Hard Rock Wrexham based band.||4.00pm|
|The Droogs||A rock band at heart with a funky and alternative twist. The will play many classics but also throw a few surprises and hidden gems into the set to.||5.00pm|
The Amphitheatre Stage
|The Cavern Club||Cavern music performed by Cavern artists. They have always reflected the current musical trends, embracing along the way, Blues, Soul, Rock and Indie. The Tony Skeggs band will take you on a musical journey from The Beatles to the Arctic Monkeys and much more in between. Richard Batty returns with his acoustic show after a successful Llanfest debut last year. The day will be held together by Jonny Parry who will also perform an acoustic set, everything from The Kinks to Oasis.||2.00pm – 5.50pm|
Acoustic Sessions in The Food court
|Jude Lane||Jude Lane is a local singer-songwriter, playing acoustic guitar and dulcimer. Her songs have been described as ‘melodic and lyrical – think Neil Young, Carole King and Joni Mitchell’.||2.00pm|
|Dave Grasshopper||Join Dave for a set list of Blues, Country, Folk roots and self-penned songs.||3.00pm|
|Lucy Mayhew||She is playing unlikely covers (including Led Zeppelin and the occasional 90s dance classic), indie-blues.||4.00pm|
|The GOGS||A three-member band from Wrexham with a singer, guitarist, percussionist, backing vocals and a bassist.||5.00pm|
|Misschief (singer) with James Sharp on piano||Cheshire covers band with heart and soul, light and shade, from background love songs to rock and pop.||2.00pm|
|Fay and Deon||A fresh and upcoming acoustic duo, engaging and authentic covers of well-known artists.||2.40pm|
|Gareth Heesom||Singer/songwriter from the North West, a rock tinged voice that floats over country/folk acoustic wings.||3.30pm|
|Inkonsoulable||Heavily inspired by the classic soul of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, will be appearing as an acoustic duo.||4.20pm|
|Misschief||Cheshire covers band with heart and soul, light and shade, From background love songs to rock and pop, all delivered with passion for music.||5.10pm|
|‘Supergroup’ mash up||5.45pm|