Acts 2018

Hollowstar our local heroes return for their only local festival appearance of the summer, off the back of a hugely successful year nationally and internationally.  Saturday’s headliners, not to be missed.

Tom Lumley Locally-grown but making a huge name for himself across the UK, this indie singer-songwriter released his debut single in 2017 to widespread critical acclaim.

The Hot One Two  Cambridgeshire rock five-piece with a classic sound and a modern swagger.

The Queen Bee Blues Band an exciting mix of blues, rock and ballads, with gorgeous, honey-dipped female vocals from the ‘Queen Bee’ Beatrice Balzarotti.

Creedence Clearwater Review The UK’s #1 CCR tribute act. Legendary swamp rock from the Bayou.

Poncho Pilots Space rock visitors from another dimension (St Ives). In ponchos, of course.

The Lonely Approaching their 40th anniversary following their Strawberry Fair debut in 1979. Pop, rock, blues and Americana.

Jinx Brothers Classic British rock sounds from the 60s to the 80s, with big harmonies.

Jack Legends of the Cambridge music scene, playing classic rock and blues with a smile on their faces.

Or Wot Our favourite noise merchants. If you like your music loud make sure you catch this hi-energy set of punk, rock and indie covers.

Caitlyn Procter 15 year old self-taught singer/guitarist from Somersham, making her first appearance at NFEST.

Mark Shepherd Cambridge singer-songwriter with an original line on thought-provoking indie-folk. A seasoned festival performer in the UK and Stateside.

Steel Union Steel Union are Richards Gibson (vox/blues harp) and Turner (vox/bottleneck, slide and acoustic guitar) – an acoustic blues duo bringing life (and other problems) from the Delta to the Shires.

L’il Ian Goodsman Internationally-renowned acoustic roots guitarist with more than a hint of Nashville in his soul.

NFEST jam with Ivan Carling