Hull Fest 2017 – a great music festival for all
Fun times for all!
When: Sunday 27th August, 13:00 – Midnight
Where: Dunswell Park (formerly Dene Park), Hull, HU6 0AA
Online ticket sales closing: 26th August 2017 at Midnight
- 11 hours of top quality live music
- 14 year olds and under get free entry. NOTE – they must be accompanied by an adult
- Wheelchair accessible
- Parking available at no cost
- Bring your own “CANNED” drinks policy
- Fully licensed bar available
- Is on the bus route for easy travel.
Map (Dunswell Park was formerly Dene Park):
There are a limited number of tickets so buy early to avoid disappoint (this is the UK City of Culture Year so don’t wait until the last minute).
There’s a great line-up for Hull Fest
– There will be live acoustic music from 13:00 to 18:00
– Bands from 18:00 to 00:00
– Face decoration artists for the kids.
– Food stalls to keep you going throughout the day and much more.
Here’s a sample of just a few of the bands that will be playing
A Funk, Disco, Rock 4-piece band from Kingston-Upon Hull.
They describe themselves as “writing sexy funky rock songs you can have a silly dance to.”
Their musical influences include old-school funk-rock bands such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Primus and Jamiroquai as well as classic disco groups that include Earth Wind and Fire, Parliament and Kool & the Gang.
Having recently played at Cottingham Springboard and the Humber Street Sesh 2017 they will also be playing at Hull Fest.
If you missed them at the Sesh this is another chance to catch them during the Hull City of Culture year.
Image credit: Hull Daily Mail “Star Search 2017”
Video credit: Robert Hill
They are a covers band based in Hull covering songs from the likes of The Stereophonics, Oasis, Snow Patrol, White Stripes and many more.
Band members are Dan on guitar and vocals and Phil on Drums and backing vocals.
If you are a fan of of cover bands, this is for you.
An alternative band from the pubs and bars of Hull consisting of front man Joe Bayliss, Louis Palmer on electric guitar, Antony Darnell on bass and Jack Brown on drums and sticks.
This band recently played at the 2017 critically acclaimed Humber Street Sesh having musical influences from the likes of The Beatles, Arctic Monkeys, Phil Collins and Queens of the Stone Age.
Regulars at the well know Adelphi club and The Sesh you may have seen them before you know its going to be great and if you haven’t, should check them out at this years Hull Fest 2017.
The Fat Spaniels
The Fat Spaniels ‘Inspired by Rock, Punk & New Wave Legends’