Live Music and EntertainmentTuesday 9th January 2018 Published by Craig Gill Leave your thoughts
Want to perform at Party in the Park 2020? Contact our Entertainment Manager Andrea Feeney for further information.
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 2019.
A four-piece band that started 7 years ago, which originally began 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.
“We enjoy ourselves more if the audience is enjoying it and generally have outstanding feedback and lots of repeat bookings. As a band we have well over 500 gigs experience and as a collective in the region of 800-900 gigs experience.”
A five piece covers band featuring male and female vocals, guitars, bass and drums. The band members have played in various bands over the years, finally joining together to form Mighty Miss Blues. Between them they have a wealth of experience – various members have performed at Glastonbury and Reading festivals, and their vocalist has been featured on a number of TV themes.
Their wide range of songs includes a mix of rock, pop, blues, soul and dance which is guaranteed to keep audiences entertained and the dance floor full!
Hailing from the heart of rural Somerset, the Original Barn Finds were conceived in 2017 when cousins Chris and Rich Brown finally joined musical forces after years of procrastination, alongside life-long friends Trev Fox and Nick Pratt.
After a few open mic performances another old friend, Troy ‘the bass player’ Wells, joined to complete the line-up that has become much beloved by discerning punters at small local festivals and vintage car shows in the Somerset area.
Their mission is to bring joy to the masses through the medium of classic covers in a Folk/Americana/Bluegrass style, plus the occasional smattering of interpretive dance from Nick if he’s had enough to drink!
Local to Midsomer Norton and surrounding areas, this four-piece punk covers band have been playing punk together for just under two years. They are led by the man who lived through the era, the rest of the band bring a new sound along with some fresh, new age covers.
Expect to get taken back!
Named after one of the 1980’s most favourite items. The Fondue Set are comprised of members of two City of Bath bands of the 80s, Snapshot Parody and The Letters. They recently played at the Guildhall in Bath for the Chair of the Council and will be with us in Peasedown on June 8th.
The African Sambistas are an Afro Brazilian drum and dance group who perform at festivals, carnivals and parties. Their mission is to raise the energy until resistance is futile with a blend of swinging beats and energetic shapes.
The Sambistas rehearse Wednesday evenings in Bristol and new members are always welcome.
A martial arts demonstration that packs a punch!
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.
They’re born to 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.