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Swanage Regatta & Carnival 30th July – 6th August 2016 FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS… LIVE MUSIC on the


Throughout Carnival Week we have arranged for a UNBELIEVABLE LINE-UP of musical talent to get your feet stomping on our new FAABULOUS PURPOSE BUILT ‘MAIN STAGE’ provided by our fantastic friends from STAGE LIGHT SOUND Ltd. in our Wonderful NEW HUGE MARQUEE!


We have fantastic lighting, incredible sounds and above all, BRILLIANT BANDS throughout the week… THIS IS A PARTY YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS with some of the best live music you’ll experience this year!!


FREE evening entertainment is to be found for all of the family in the Marquee on Sandpit Field this week. A great place to just chill out with a drink from the Carnival Bar, ‘Music in the Marquee’ is an opportunity to get close, and really experience the sights and sounds of these superb entertainers. If your energy levels survive the week, you will have undoubtedly seen and heard some great performances.


Read on and discover more about the artistes who will entertain you here this week and remember, you can show your appreciation by depositing some of your change into the next Carnival Collection bucket you see.


Raise your hands and welcome the first band of the week on this year’s Marquee stage!


THE BRITTZ


Saturday 30th July - 7.00pm to 7.45pm


The result of a nationwide search for the very best young musicians, The Brittz will surprise you with their talent. Fronted by X-Factor contestant Jamie Eldridge and backed by three incredible musicians, this talented young four piece are currently recording their original material in Swanage, but enjoy the opportunity


30 THE BRITTZ


to get out and play ‘live’. They play well-known covers from classic oldies to modern hits with an energy and style that only The Brittz can. Previous gigs have seen them supporting X factor band Kingsland Road in London and Birmingham and The Struts at the Miss England After Party. You’ll love their high energy


performance- this is a highlight of Carnival Week – a show not to be missed!


THE JOLLY ROGERS Saturday 30th July, 8.00pm to 8.45pm


The Jolly Rogers are a four piece band playing rock covers from the last 4 decades, mainly music from AC/DC, Led Zep and so on, but with a few old classics that have been kicked up the arse and thrown in as well. Four guys from Warwickshire who


THE JOLLY ROGERS DIZZY LIZZY


like to get down, dirty and really rock– if you love it loud, proud and exciting… Do not miss this!


DIZZY LIZZY


Saturday 30th July, 9.00pm to 11.00pm with break for Fireworks


The current line up of Dizzy Lizzy are led by the ever present ‘H’ on vocals and bass guitar. H is the centrepoint of Dizzy Lizzy having formed the band in 1994. Living in West Bromwich, just down the road from the hospital where Philip Lynott was born, he started Dizzy Lizzy back in 1994 after a working in the legendary ‘Strap On Jack’ band, True Grit and also a brief stint with Jas Mann in ‘Babylon Zoo’. Make a date…this is not one to be


missed!


SWANAGE JAZZ MACHINE Sunday 31st July, 12.30pm to 1.15pm and 1.45pm to 3.00pm


Count down to our great Carnival Procession with a drink and some great tunes from one of Swanage’s favourites!


SWANAGE JAZZ MACHINE


Swanage Jazz Machine will get your feet tapping! They specialise in ‘The Great American Songbook’ and ‘mainstream’ jazz and ballads,


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