Entertainment line-up announced for Party in the Park, thanks to support from major sponsors

Entertainment line-up announced for Party in the Park, thanks to support from major sponsors

Sunday 27th May 2018 Published by Leave your thoughts

Some of the most popular and successful entertainment acts in the region will be performing at this year’s Peasedown Party in the Park summer festival on Saturday 9th June.

Since last September bands have been applying to perform – meaning that the full stage line-up was already complete by February.

Party in the Park sets aside a budget of over £1,000 each year to cover the costs of expenses, PA technical support, and payments to the Performing Rights Society so copyright infringement is not breached.

Party in the Park Chairman, Nathan Hartley, said: “A very large proportion of our festival budget goes on entertainment and all the costs we legally have to spend in connection with it. Without support of our major sponsors this year, we really would have struggled to put on the spectacular 10th Anniversary event we have planned.”

Local housing association Curo provided a huge financial boost for Party in the Park 10, which has meant organisers have been able to cover all of the event’s costs.

Victor da Cunha, Curo Chief Executive, said: “We’re proud to support Peasedown Party in the Park again this year, as the festival celebrates its 10th anniversary. The event brings together people of all ages to celebrate their community and enjoy a fun day out with lots of attractions, family activities and live music. Our mission at Curo is to provide great homes, support communities and improve lives – that’s why we wanted to show our support for local residents on this special day for the village.”

Party in the Park is expected to see over 2,500 people come through its gates on June 9th.

Performing at this year’s festival are:

DJ Pete Bailey
Pete presents ‘Dance Valley’ on Somer Valley FM on Friday night’s. A regular at Peasedown Party in the Park, it’s great to have him back with us this year. He’ll be with us throughout the day.

Bath Spa Band
A brass band representing the City of Bath. The band plays at many different events in and around the city, including summer concerts in the local parks and gardens, and performances in local churches and community halls. They compete in national and regional brass band contests and are currently in the third section of the West of England region.

Call the Shots
A four-piece band that started 7 years ago, which originally started as an out and out classic rock / modern rock band but over the years now has diversified their set to accommodate any audiences from pub/clubs to parties and weddings.

Pub Rock UK
This band love to play live music the way it should be – no miming, backing tracks, auto tuners or gimmicks! They all love music and live by two rules: 1 – Keep it Real and 2 – Keep it Live. This punk/indy/classic rock band hail from Weston-super-Mare and come with huge positive reviews from across Somerset. Their natural style will get everyone on their feet at Party in the Park 10.

Jamie Woodland’s Black Belt Academy
Founded in 2001, Jamie Woodland aims to teach martial arts to everyone regardless of age, gender or physical ability. There are no politics, egos or bad attitudes at the academy, they pride themselves on being a friendly, welcoming centre of excellence open to people from beginner to those who already train from any style or association.

Boogie Bounce
Boogie Bounce is a proven keep fit programme, designed for a mini trampoline, which provides an all over body workout and is choreographed to funky music.

Up Your Brass
A popular eleven-piece band from Midsomer Norton. They’ve become a hit in the space of just a few short years, and certainly know how to get a party going!

Susan Hill School of Dance
The extremely successful Susan Hill School of Dancing was established in 1982. The dance school and studios are based in Radstock, seven miles south of Bath and classes are held in purpose built, mirrored studios in both Fortescue Road and Victoria Hall Radstock.

Bath All Starz
“Our Goal at Bath All Starz Cheerleading is to provide a friendly and safe environment in which our cheerleaders can grow with positive encouragement and support. We believe in the importance of hard work and dedication and the role that each cheerleader plays in the success of the team.” The award-winning, Peasedown-based ‘Bath All Starz’ are at Party in the Park 10 by popular demand! This is a not to be missed performance with lots of talent.

As well as Curo, Peasedown St John Parish Council has also signed up as sponsor at this year’s festival. They said: “Peasedown St John Parish Council is delighted to be a Gold Sponsor of Party in the Park on their 10th anniversary. The event is hugely popular in our village and attended by many local residents and we feel it’s important to give the Party in the Park team the support of Peasedown St John Parish Council in the staging of the event. We wish Party in the Park the very best of luck. The Parish Council will be hosting a stall on the field during the afternoon so please come along, meet some of your local councillors, find out what we do and where your money is spent!”

Party in the Park 10 officially starts at 12 noon on Saturday 9th June on Beacon Field. With festivities on the field running until 7 pm it includes Rose’s Yummie Licious Cakes, Disney Pops Delight, The Red Post Beer Tent, Birds of Prey and Reptiles, ‘Funding Animal Futures’ Dog Show, tin-can alley, Hair Braids and Facepainting, Great Western Air Ambulance, Avon Fire and Rescue, Avon Wildlife and a classic Bedford RL 1957.

This year’s sponsors are the St J’s Group, Bath Audi, Care South, Curo and Peasedown St John Parish Council. The Official Event Partner is the Somer Valley Foodbank.

The event also features the ‘Party in the Park Grant Giveaway’, 7 hours of live music and entertainment, the Sara Holley Community Award, Peasedown’s 2nd Annual Official Push Kart Race, a Dog Show and Somer Valley FM broadcasting live. For more details follow the event on Twitter: @peasedown_party, or go to the event’s Facebook page.