Beer & Music Festival – Saturday Music

On Saturday bands and solo artists will be performing at Oxenhope from 12.30 and at Ingrow from 12.40

Kirkstall Stage @ Oxenhope

12.30 – 13.30

After Hours

After Hours a covers band who have just started out – as they are school age its a good thing that their drinks tokens are valid for J20 and cola!

13.50 – 15.00

Soul Train

A dynamic 8 piece tribute band made up of seasoned musicians, delivering enthusiastic performances of Soul and Motown classics popular to the Stax label of the 60’s and 70’s. Soul Train’s two powerful vocalists deliver an energetic, flamboyant performance.

15.20 – 16.30

Leeds City Stompers

Leeds City Stompers play the vintage blues, ragtime, swing and folk music that was popular in America in the 1920s through 1950s, but with the energy and feel of modern rock & roll. Real 1920s drum kits, slapped double bass, metal resonator guitars from the 1930s and three voices – making old sounds in a new way.

17.45 -19.00

Cobalt Brass

Cobalt Brass is a versatile chamber ensemble who met whilst studying at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Their unique approach to the brass quintet medium is to present audiences with programmes that are diverse and engaging, yet also extremely accessible.

19.30 – 20.50


From the Beatles to Queen and from Abba to the Killers – a premier function band, playing the best music from the last seven decades.

21.30 – 23.00

Emerald – Celtic Rock Band

With their roots in Irish music, they blend traditional Irish and Scottish tunes with
contemporary covers from Celtic bands and add an exciting range of well loved rock
favourites from the 1950s through to the present day. There repertoire ranges from
The Pogues to Snow Patrol, from Thin Lizzy to Aviici.

On Stage @ Ingrow

12.40 – 13.40

Sarah Widdup

Sarah is a Yorkshire based solo acoustic guitarist and singer. Contemporary acoustic covers with a few old favourites thrown in.

13.55 – 14.55

Aimée Crowther

With over 16 years experience, Aimée covers songs of many genres – motown, popular music, rock, jazz, soul, country, ballads, and numbers from musicals.

15.20 – 16.20


A duo with a ukulele, acoustic guitars and a bouzouki. Keystone play a mix of Americana, folk, jazz and blues. Some original material may also appear in the set.

16.40 – 17.40

Ain’t Nothing But

An acoustic blues duo from Doncaster.

18.00 – 19.15

Thomas Lillywhite

A British actor and singer-songwriter from Leeds.

19.50 – 21.00


4-piece rock covers band playing popular, well known songs from AC/DC to Kaiser Chiefs, Beatles to Kings of Leon. Punk, Queen, Bowie, Thin Lizzy, even the Proclaimers. Good fun, entertaining band

21.30 – 23.00

The Paul Mirfin Band

The band’s sound is a Yorkshire version of American country porch music, leaning towards folk rock and blues. Influenced by the likes of Jonny Cash and David Crowder. Layered with arresting vocal harmonies this band bring a touching truth and simplicity to the acoustic music scene.