Knipfest returns to Belvoir Cricket club again this year with a great line up of bands from far and wide.
Taking place on Saturday, next week (June 25) the popular festival will feature tons of live music, food stalls and a real ale bar, from 4pm onwards.
Taking to the stage on the Saturday will be Grantham musician Katie Lyle, who performs a mixture of acoustic and electric guitar music to accompany her vocals. Although only 18-years -old, Katie has a large repetoire of original material and has performed at many events and venues, including last year’s Knipfest.
Joining Katie will be Lincoln-based band The 4 Tarrantinos, who mix iconic music with movie sound bites, and some super sharp costumes. Described as ‘way more than a band’, this is one act not to be missed.
Grantham five-piece Milk No Sugar will perform a mix of feel-good classic covers and original songs with an acoustic indie feel. Despite not being established for long, the band is looking forward to showing everyone what they have to offer.
AJ and the Collective will bring a diverse range of rap, hip hop and even a touch of Johnny Cash to the festival stage. Whilst the Ultra 90s, will take you back to the 90s with their number one dance tribute show.
Five-piece alternative rock band, Monochrome Empire will be performing their own material as well as high energy covers. And The Manipulators will play a surprising range of classic (and not-so- classic) covers, spanning about six decades and as many genres possible.
The penultimate act and long time Knipfest stalwarts and veterans of the UK circuit, Crazy Ape provide a blend of all time classic songs, with their party atmosphere, outrageous suits and infectious melodies,and they are sure to have the crowd rocking, and singing all the words.
Tickets are available at various local establishments, priced at £18 or you can purchase your tickets online for £19. Tickets will also be available on the door for £20.