The evening of Saturday 20th July 2019
Smokey Joe's – 16 Bennington Street, Cheltenham, GL50 4ED
Following seven successful EppyFests from 2012 to 2018, this year we're back to a Saturday evening
event at our new venue.
There will be a bar and food at the venue (see www.smokeyjoescheltenham.co.uk for more details).
(opening and set times to be announced later)
Our headliner is Tim Burness and his band – Tim is a Brighton-based UK musician who has been recording & performing since the early 1980s. Interconnected, his latest album, was released on 12th November, 2018. As with Tim's previous work, the album features a wide range of musical styles – from progressive rock to pop with touches of ambient electronica. The lyrics cover a range of interconnected themes – from the personal to the political to the spiritual. www.timburness.com
Before Tim, we warmly welcome back Sanguine Hum (acoustic), the duo version of the band, consisting of Matt Baber and Joff Winks. If you were at EppyFest last year you'll know they wowed everyone with a sensational performance. This year they'll be playing more new material. www.sanguinehum.com
We're also very happy to be welcoming back gifted singer, songwriter & guitarist Marvin B Naylor to EppyFest. Last time he played EppyFest he was performing on his own but we're thrilled to announce that this time he'll be joined by Rebsie Fairholm, who specialises in dark haunting psych-folk, inspired by the English landscape. Their duo performance will combine material from both their back catalogues. www.marvinbnaylor.com & www.rebsiefairholm.co.uk
And we're also excited to announce Longstone on the bill, an experimental, electronic music collective formed in 1996 in Cheltenham, coalescing around the core duo of Mike Ward and Mike Cross. With influences ranging from Kraftwerk to My Bloody Valentine, & from Aphex Twin to Jethro Tull, you know you can expect the unexpected. www.longstone.bandcamp.com
All advance tickets are available now via this PayPal link:
Standard Advance tickets for the evening: £12.50
This is a standard ticket that gets you entry on the night to see all of the EppyFest 8 acts,
available until Friday 19th July, the day before EppyFest 8.
Sponsor Advance tickets for the evening: £30
This a ticket for those of you willing to pay a little extra to support the festival this year & for the future.
It gets you entry on the night to see all of the EppyFest 8 acts, along with an EppyFest poster & maybe
something extra (TBC) which you can pick up on the night. Available until Friday 19th July, the day before EppyFest 8.
Standard ticket available on the door on the night (cash sales only): £15
If you buy via PayPal then either print out or show on your phone your receipt & you'll be granted entry
to the venue - no physical tickets will be sent out so just bring along some proof of purchase.
Please note that because of this year's smaller venue, tickets are strictly limited so please don't wait too
long to purchase.
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16 Bennington Street
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EppyFest evolved out of the Eppy Gibbon Podcast Music Show, hosted by Ian Fairholm. Founded in 2007, the fortnightly podcast show is devoted to the best mixture of independent and small label prog rock, art rock, post rock, prog metal, jazz rock, folk rock, downtempo, chill-out, ambient electronica, IDM, chamber pop, neo-classical and experimental/avant garde music. In his day job, Ian is a psychologist/tutor.
You can listen to the latest show and ALL the previous shows at the podcast website: www.epilepticgibbon.co.uk
or listen on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/ianfairholm