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This classic rock band have been playing together for many years and are very popular in Amber Valley. They effortlessly roll out classics from Free, Clapton, Zeppelin, Hendrix, Cream, Floyd and many more. An evening of great rock nostalgia not to be missed.
The Fab Two are a highly respected and authentic Nottingham based Beatles tribute duo who make a welcome return to the festival The dynamic duo have been carving their own niche around the Midlands and beyond. With almost every Beatles song in their repertoire, they should be able to deal with any request.
Headshrinka are a well-established local five piece classic rock covers band who have gained reputation by providing high quality music across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. They are guaranteed to bring the festival to a rocking close playing classics from bands such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Foo Fighters, Faces and many more.                          
Acorn Roots return having previously played at our 2015 festival. They capture the natural acoustic folk sound whilst adding their own twist and personality to the songs they cover. This seven piece band combine driving acoustic guitars with a variety of percussion instruments and tin whistle, fiddle, mandolin and bass. Acorn Roots are a refreshing band who add something a little different and cover a wide spectrum from Billy Bragg to REM, Bob Marley to the Levellers, all in a unique style. Good times guaranteed.
Belper In Wartime Room 18
The Belper in Wartime Group will have a programme of events over the course of the festival to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One. Every afternoon there will be a member of their group in attendance to answer any questions you may have. They will also be making and selling ‘trench cake’ along with biscuits and other items baked from authentic World War One recipes. 
Quiz Thursday in Room 10 at 7.30pm
We will be holding a quiz for teams of up to four people with prizes of beer or cider for first and second place. It will be free to enter. Volunteers will be on hand to fetch drinks for players from the marquee during the quiz.
FESTIVAL 2018 FESTIVAL 2018  Thurs 27th Sept to Sun 30th Sept   Thurs 27th Sept to Sun 30th Sept THIS YEAR WE HONOUR THE CENTENARY OF THE END OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
Exhibition There will be an exhibition all weekend featuring Belper and Charles Stone VC MM
Friday Afternoon 1:30pm A talk by Adrian Farmer on ‘Belper During World War One 1914 – 1916’ Plus an opportunity for people to come along and record their memories of relatives 1917-1922 Saturday Afternoon ‘Sacrifice’ – The story of a Belper memorial. The sculpture will be on display along with details of why and how this fascinating piece was created. 1:30pm A talk by George Gunby on ‘Charles Edwin Stone VC MM’ 2:30pm A talk by Adrian Farmer on ‘Belper During World War One 1917 – 1922’ The Group will also be performing various monologues and music in the main hall until 4:30pm.