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Live Music All week e Marquee Main Stage

playing regularly at the Grand Hotel and the Conservative Club. If you like your music with a good melody and plenty of ‘swing’ then you will be welcomed by the Swanage Jazz Machine!

The three musicians are all residents of Swanage – Rob Mills (saxophone), Steve Dumble (bass) and Andrew Cannon (piano and vocals).

THE SIDEKICKS Sunday 31st July, 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Established in 2001, The Sidekicks are a team of talented musicians who have a long history of creating great sounds together and have become one of the most sought after party bands in the South West. Spreading great music from

Penzance to Brighton, London to Birmingham and from Bridport to West Bay, The Sidekicks have performed at countless events around the country including private parties, graduation balls, weddings, carnivals to name a few… Individually, members of The Sidekicks have toured the world, playing literally hundreds of festivals, theatres and clubs with artists such as Geno Washington, Eddie Floyd, Big Bill Morganfield, Phil Guy, Nektar, Pauline Black, Colin John, George Hamilton IV, Billy Bragg, Tony Roberts and even Loyd Grossman to name but a few, as well as The Royal Variety Performance, West End shows, Buddy and The Patsy Cline Story. Whatever the event, The Sidekicks always create a great atmosphere and a great sound!


Sunday 31st July, 9.00pm to 11.00pm

Four Years running, the Sway Allstars have delivered outstanding music for carnival music lovers, and this year will be no exception! The band’s repertoire of impeccably delivered rock, pop, soul, disco, funk, Klezmer, Motown and RnB is guaranteed to have you dancing the night away. The Sway Allstars have a solid reputation as ‘The Best Party Band


Around’ and has performed all over the World for Royalty & film stars, on private yachts in Cannes harbour, in Las Vegas, Sun City - South Africa and with guest singers Smokey Robinson, Ellie Goulding, Alexandra Burke, Conor Maynard, Ashford & Simpson, Kym Mazelle and Deniece Williams.

MOTHER UKERS Tuesday 2nd August, 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Playing songs from throughout the ages on their Ukuleles, the Mother Ukers are a three piece Ukulele band based in Bournemouth. Top entertainment available for Festivals, Bars, Clubs, Parties, Weddings or just for the hell of it. The Band take on modern day classics with their ukuleles and forge them into timeless wonders of a bygone era with the power of ‘Ukular Fusion’ warping time and space… The Mother Ukers are ‘The Ukulele Band’ - this one promises to be special!


BLACK SHEEP Tuesday 2nd August, 8.30pm to 11.00pm


It’s the night to grab your partner and do si do as we welcome back Black Sheep for the Carnival Barn Dance. This popular event is a chance to get the whole family involved in a great night of fun and dance. Black Sheep has been performing since 1983, during this time it has developed and perfected a unique, contemporary style. The band’s music is enjoyed as much by the new wave of traditional music fans for its solid rhythm and bass, as by the well listened music enthusiast, for the collaboration of melodies and harmonies drawn from around England, Ireland and beyond. With a dance caller to talk you through the steps there is no excuse not to join in, and with Black Sheep’s infectious rhythm and uplifting tune sets will encourage even the shyest of family members to join the fun!


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