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Live Music

Enjoy fantastic live music over the three days of Flavour Fest while your browse the delicious food and drink on offer.

Friday 26 May
Hot House Combo
Hot House Combo

Exuding a giddy blend of vintage charm and captivating rhythms, The Hot House Combo will transport you to the colourful and carefree foot-tapping era of yesteryear. Inspired by the great musicians of the 1920s, '30s and '40s, this upbeat, exciting 4 piece perform songs they love and they create new ones in the same style! Their passion and energy will have you struggling to sit still - and they wouldn't want you to anyway! So, fasten your swing seat belt - you're in for a thrilling ride! 

2pm
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Manuka
4pm

Modern, cool, funky, bohemian – Manuka, an acoustic 2 piece cover band, playing you all the best classics to help you get your groove on!

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Cat Rose and Jon Fazal
5pm

Jon Fazal & Cat Rose are an emerging singing-songwriting folk duo based in Plymouth. Their songs have been described as ‘combining dreamy, catchy melodies with storytelling lyrics that paint vivid pictures in your mind.’ Many of their songs are inspired by the complicated beauty of their coastal city.

Saturday 27 May
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The Busketeers
3pm

The Busketeers are a band like no other, known for their raw energy and diverse shows. Comprised of four talented musicians who are all singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, they captivate audiences with their ability to harmonise and seamlessly swap instruments while delivering a unique sound that blends genres from all over the musical spectrum. Their passion for music is evident in every note they play.

The Busketeers originally formed on the streets of Plymouth, Devon, UK, where they quickly gained a reputation for their diverse performances and impressive musical skills. The band consists of Kendall Williams, Luke Engel (part of the band Wild Fenn), Matthew Gordon Price, and Olly Parker. Each member brings their own unique style and influences to the group, resulting in a sound that is both eclectic and cohesive.

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Access to Music
4pm

Alesha Burt, performing 4pm to 4.15pm

Cadaverous Aster, performing 4.20pm to 4.35pm

Alesha Burt, performing 4.40pm to 4.55pm 

Shane Brierley, performing 5pm

Sunday 28 May
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Jamie Yost
2pm

South West, UK based singer-songwriter Jamie Yost deft ability to craft songs became quickly apparent with the worldwide success of his 2018 single “Runaway” with over 250,000 streams online. 

 

Yost has since caught the eye of prestigious festivals delivering a headline performance at Cambridge Folk Festivals “The Den” stage and supporting some of his favourite Artists including Nathan Ball, Ferris & Sylvester and Wildwood Kin. In 2022 Yost teamed up with the illustrious Youtube Channel ‘Mahogany’ to share an exclusive performance of his track ‘Storm’ standing him next to previous powerhouse performers including Billie Eilish & Dermot Kennedy.  

 

Jamie finished off 2022 with the release of his second EP ‘Yesteryears’ featuring recent singles ‘Tremors’ and ‘Fury’ and is set to release new music in 2023. 

 

BBC Introducing In The Southwest: “Stunning” “Inimitable” “Insanely Talented” 

 

Listen With Monger: “Blending folk and alt-pop Jamie Yost makes music designed to unlock the emotions and soothe the open wounds so whatever ails you right now, get yourself some of this on prescription.”

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Access to Music
4pm

Dave and G, performing 3pm to 3.25pm

 

Alesha Burt, performing 3.30pm to 3.45pm

Cadaverous Astor, performing 3.50pm to 4.05pm 

 

Alesha Burt, performing 4.10pm to 4.25pm

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