Hi, welcome to the 2020 planner. This is the place with the line ups and times of each venue so you can plan your day out for the Saturday day of the event. Well that’s if you’re like me and really like to know who, when and where you will be watching.If you’re of the disposition of going with the flow in this guide you can still use this to listen or watch the acts to get a flavour of each venue.Glastonbury Calling is in it’s 5th year (happy birthday to us) and we are really pleased with the success of the first four and thanks to you for joining in our event to show off to you some of the established and up and coming acts in the local area. We have 5 venues this year and your wristbands will get you into all of these. Just be aware that if there is someone you really want to see please get there early as it’s a multi venue event and we may have to operate a one in one out policy once a venue is full. Please be aware each venue has it’s own individual age restrictions which are dictated by the venue with Tor Leisure which is a more family oriented venue.
Thanks to our brilliant team that put this together.
Tickets are on sale at great value for:
£18 weekend £21 on the day
£8 Friday (opening party) £10 on the day
£13 Saturday (dot to dot music day) £16 on the day
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Bocabar at The Red Brick Building
•The Red Brick Building Centre (RBBC) is an exciting project on the edge of Glastonbury, which is creating managed and affordable workspace for micro & social enterprises venues for education, arts, events and community support for Glastonbury, Street and surrounding villages.•The layout and size of this once derelict but remarkable building means that the RBBC has the scope to build a dynamic enterprise and community hub that is responsive to local needs and opportunities. Red Brick Building Centre Ltd, Morland Enterprise Park, Morland Road, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9FT
Friday 28th February - DJ Night (Silent Disco)
Angel Mel 00.00-01:00
Angel Mel Selector was born and bred in the heart and soul of the Bristol music scene. Coming from the West Country, with her roots planted in Reggae, Drum & Bass and Trip Hop, later branching into other areas of underground dance music genres, such as Acid Jazz, Broken Beat and Deep and Soulful House. Referring to herself as a selector, she specialises in playing long sets where she can weave her magic and take her listeners on an adventure
Mike Braithwaite 2300-0000
A DJ of 20 years who plays an eclectic collection of House, Disco, Electro, Breaks, Drum & Bass and anything in between that makes you wanna move
View From the Beach 22.00-23.00
View from the Beach is a DJ, producer, promoter
with a keen ear for downright decent music.
DJ P Miles 21.20-22.00
Heros Nightclub in Glastonbury Somerset, Saturday night resident August-2005 to January 2008.
Kudos night club, Wells, Somerset,Saturday resident March-2008 to June-2010.
The Crown Glastonbury Somerset, Friday resident Oct 2010 to Dec 2015
DJ Sheridan Knight 20.40-21.20
UK based international DJ,
House - Tech House - Disco
DJ Paul Owen 20.00-20.40
A Somerset based DJ and music producer
playing uplifting/funky tech house sets.
DJ Quantize 00.00-01:00
His early musical influences include DJ Premier, The Fugees, Cypress Hill, DJ Zinc and DJ Craze. James’ strong interest for music and his passion to succeed led him down the production route, taking on work experience at a professional recording studio in Chichester, where he acquired a taste to start writing his own tracks. During this time DJ Quantizes musical style progressed to incorporate such genres such as Drum & Bass, Hip Hop and Reggae.
Uk Grimey DNB from Glastonbury. Former UKID front man and songwriter.
Started mid 90s as a chillout dj, evolved to the dancefloor, sound is infinite & provides all kinds
of form manifestations
Charlie Mega 2120-2200
Great DnB DJ from Bristol.
DJ Lee Nova 20.40-21.20
GFM’s Lee brings original dance and swing.
Toby Ross 20.00-20.40
Drum and Bass Producer/DJ. Resident to
Wonky Goose Audio & Co-Founder of Bredren Recs
Ian Liversidge puts together a great mix of Indie, Punk and Rock to keep the night going in a Heel Heel style.
Saturday 29th February - Live Music Day
Zion Train 23.00-23.45
One of the most unique and enjoyable live dub acts on the planet, their use of dynamic onstage dub mixing whilst performing alongside acoustic instrument. Pioneers who have a worldwide reputation.
House of Commoners 21.45-22.30
House Of Commoners is a live hip-hop band consisting of Dis-Arm on vocals, Dan Poole on drums, Dominic Bell on percussion, J-rokka on bass/vocals, Graham Warner on trumpet,
William cartwright on keys/vocals, Kit Morgan on guitar & Ian “ninth” Miller on the cuts & samples
Imprints are a Shanty-Folk-Rock cider fuelled explosion from Bristol. With songs covering everything from Space Pirates to Zelda's political leanings, from the undead partying to waking up drunk and doing it all over again, Imprints will guarantee foot-stomping fun and the mightiest and fiercest of jigs
Stacked with some of Glastonbury’s finest musicians and headed up by Sarah Griffiths.
Duncan Batey 18.00-18.45
Winner of the 2012 Somerset Songwriter competition, Duncan released his first EP, Blindsided in February 2013. Accompanied by Daniel Shaw on upright bass, Gerry Barnett on cello & Caelia Lunniss on violin, his beautifully crafted epic acoustic songs explore love & hope in the face of adversity. New album Little Black Classics is out now.
Tor Sports & Leisure is brought to you by Fusion, a highly experienced sports and leisure organisation. As a registered charity, Fusion reinvests to improve and develop what´s on offer in your community.
Tor Leisure, Street Road, Glastonbury BA6 9EF
K Passa 23.15-00.00
In 1988 Simon Edwards (ex Boothill Foottapper & some pals put together an accordian led folk rock band called K-Passa, with the expectation of having a bit of fun—they enjoyed the enviable reputation of being the THE live band to see in the South West of England.
Local recognition led to their appearance on the main stage at the 1992 Glastonbury Festival
Their blend of Folk, Cajun, and Rock wins a grassroots response to their fiery performances, and has garnered this UK-based folk/roots rock band a huge audience following across Europe and the UK.
Recently reformed, with a new rhythm section, Edward’s voice, songs and accordion playing are still the foundation for K-Passa’s position as a favourite live folk-based act in Bristol, England.
Broken Bones Matilda 22.00-22.45
Broken Bones Matilda create an enigmatic hybrid of sound, influenced by 70’s rock to the early 90’s surge, post grunge bands they grew up with. Described as Nick Cave meets Fleetwood Mac, expect raspy leading vocals & soaring harmonies over well crafted songs.
Pattern Pusher 20.45-21.30
Pattern Pusher are a fun-loving three piece that will fill you with warm summer hooks.
They are a quirky band. A keys player with soaring vocals, a bouncing bassist and a drummer full of disco beats. Their crusade of happiness has earned them a loyal fan base, accolades from BBC Radio 6, and a string of festival shows; now lining up on the same bills as their idols.
Pattern Pusher’s highlight of 2019 has to be performing at Michael Eavis’ 8000 cap Pilton Party before Supergrass and Wolf Alice after they won a multi heat contest judged by the man himself.
China Bears 19.30-20.15
China Bears formed in Somerset in 2015 by twin brothers Ivan & Frazer . The line up was completed after meeting James & Dean at university. Drawing influence from bands such as: The National & Snow Patrol China Bears create misery anthemic indie combining ambient guitars, choral vocals & raw lyric writing.
They’ve currently released 3 singles independently with airplay from Huw Stephens on BBC Radio1, Steve Lamacq on BBC6, John Kennedy on Radio X. They’re going places! Catch them whilst you can in smaller venue.
John D Revelator 18.15-19.00
Glastonbury 5 piece acoustic smile poppers. John, They rock out a range of folky, bluesy, country, punky originals which detail and poke fun at diverse subjects as heartbreak, love, politics, drug abuse and dead footballers with catchy toe tapping tunes and well crafted lyrics.
Fey Militia 17.00-17.45
Fey Militia are an energetic indie alt pop band known for having songs "everyone could relate to on some dark level" and "extremely tight timing and a great stage presence for what really is quite a young group." (cheers Bristol 24/7)
Adorned in floral prints and the most fabulous of headdresses, Fey Militia are set to storm 2020 with new music and new shows.
An indie band from Bristol with huge respect. Front man George writes great songs with fantastic lyrics and has released some great materiel. He runs his tunes by XTC Legend Andy Partridge before release.
No Love Lost 14.30-15.15
No Love Lost music is piano and guitar based, ranging from original, catchy melodic songs to slow ballad based rock. Lyrics are mature and reflect common life stories and experiences often based around characters:
'Jimmy stays at home tonight, lying with his head down, pillow held so tight. He contemplates the things she said, how could she turn so cold and turn so fast?'
The King Arthur
Community public house, near the bustling high street of Glastonbury. Specialising in real ales, real ciders and live music.
King Arthur, 31-33 Benedict St, Glastonbury BA6 9NB
We first saw Lice in 2016 when they supported Iyabe and when they played on Idles tour.
We are lucky to have them play their first gig for several months with a warm up for their upcoming
2020 tour, which will see them begin to reveal the vital new material they have been developing over the past year - envenomed against the anaemic conventions of this landscape
Oh! The Guilt 21.00-21.45
Three piece noisy dream pop band from Bristol.
Sometimes loud…….Sometimes quiet
Sometimes tender…..Sometimes angry
Last One Home 19.45-20.30
Last One Home are a stage-shaking, up and coming pop rock band with huge anthem-like tracks, massive sing along choruses with high energy live performances. Winners of the ‘Music Expo’ prize at the Glastonbury FM Songwriting Competition 2018 ,they are a much loved band of The Glastonbury Calling team & we welcome
them back for a second time
No Violet 1830-1915
Bristol-based 4 piece, No Violet, powerfully retain your attention with their enthralling performances of their idiosyncratic blend of fuzz-infused grunge/alt rock and semi-contorted math rock. Ellie (vox), Pete (drums), Rhys (guitar), and Kerry (bass) captivate their audience through a manipulating dynamic range that echoes early Pixies with an added split personality disorder.
Defaced are a Hardcore/Rap Metal band from Somerset who combine heavy riffs, fast raps with lyrics that
challenge the struggles of life & a D.I.Y approach
White Lion Parade 16.10-16.50
Progressive, melodic Post Rock band from Bristol. With influences such as Soundgarden, Nirvana & Deftones
All Smiles in Wonderland 15.10-15.40
Based In Bath/Bristol, ASIW are punk’s cousins. Blending tangible, delicate vocals with powerful distorted guitar & pacing drum rhythms, they fuse bleak lyrcis with up-lifting melodies to create a melancholic tone fuelled by emotion & drive
A Bristol based two piece Alt-Rock outfit. Blending genres and bringing energy with their raw, authentic sound .
Formed in the winter of 2018. Hell-ios is a way to create new, exciting music without limitation.
Hawthorns is a small independently run B&B Hotel with Bar and restaurant. Curries are their speciality, and host regular, quality acoustic music events. A UK wide reputation as a music supporting venue.
Hawthorns Hotel, 8 Northload St, Glastonbury BA6 9JJ
Bristol dreamscape pioneers Alesund (pronounced Aww-le-sund)
Released their debut EP Shift & Flux on 15th Feb 2019, Shift & Flux is a collection of beautifully crafted songs with a sparse, Nordic undercurrent. Immersive sound, rolling drums, intricate guitar work with soaring vocals. Alesund are an atmospheric force from the trip hop heartland that create expansive, emotive & exhilarating sound worlds
Fly Yeti Fly 21.30-22.15
Fly Yeti Fly are the Wiltshire-based acoustic duo Lorna Somerville and Darren Fisher. Blending sensitive vocal harmonies with intricate guitar arrangements, mandolin and harmonica, the duo weave songs and stories from their travels together, with a sound that is reminiscent of the late-’60s folk scene. Now living on their canal boat on the Kennet & Avon canal, their music is heavily influenced by the natural world and life on the water.
Stone Cold Fiction 20.15-21.00
Formed in 2015, Stone Cold Fiction hail from South West England and quickly made a name for themselves by delivering a unique blend of thick, riff-infused rock in its varying genres.
After releasing debut EP “III”, the trio followed through to a successful year with multiple national tour supports and a host of festival appearances, highlights of which includeD; BBC 6 Music Festival, Dot to Dot and Tramlines.
Karl Ficarotta 19.00-19.45
Another highlight is Karl Ficarotta a driven, diverse and forward-thinking singer/songwriter. His music combines honest lyrics with powerful melodies and groundbreaking arrangements, echoing the work of magnetic artists like Damien Rice, Ryan Adams, Neil Young or Matt Corby, only to mention a few.
Matt Owens 17.45-18.30
Matt is a British singer-songwriter & musician, who came to prominence as one of the founder members of indie-folk band Noah and the Whale & for fronting Rock’n’Roll band little Mammoths His debut solo album “Whiskey & Orchids” was released this January
AL O’Kane 16.30-17.15
Al O'Kane is a West Country troubadour who folds Jimi Hendrix into the sound of Celtic resistance rock n' roll. Part Waterboys, part Velvet Underground, Al's music is a cry for action nestled into a fiery acoustic blend.
Having just been crowned winner of the Shrewsbury Folk Festival Open Mic competition AND made a finalist in the Glastonbury FM Songwriting Competition, 2019 swiftly became a momentous year.
Steve Henderson 15.15-16.00
Steve Henderson & Polly Carroll started rehearsing in March of 2019 with a view to performing the songs from Steve’s latest release Passerine. These rehearsals went so well that the duo began arranging songs from Steve’s back catalogue for two voices and pretty soon had enough material to start gigging.
In the past 6 months Steve & Polly have performed about a dozen gigs including The Cheese and Grain (supporting the Osmonds), The Sheppey, Cider Barn, Radford Mill Festival, and The Seven Stars in Bristol.
Shoun Shoun 14.00-14.45
As winners of Glastonbury Fm songwriting competion 2019 we welcome Shoun Shoun with there expansive sound, blends dream pop & garage rock with the urban ennui of Dietrich & The velvet Underground. The band’s urgent groves are laced with conspiratorial voclas & lysergic flurries of violin & sinth
Ruth Blake 1300-1345
Introspective and intriguingly multi-faceted, self-taught singer-songwriter-guitarist Ruth Blake was born in North London, grew up in Coventry and is currently blossoming in the mists and vales of Avalon and Somerset. Her music seems to blend the numinous with the oh-so-very-human, effortlessly dancing between hypnotic guitar riffs and tender poetry with rambunctious offbeat grooves and playful wordsmithery.
The Riflemans Arms
Live music, good food, great local beer & cider. Always a friendly welcome. The Rifes says, come and say hello.
The Riflemans Arms, 4 Chilkwell St, Glastonbury BA6 8DB
Fonzy & Company 22.45-23.30
Coming from a die hard Ska, Punk, Metal background, the song writing comes from an intimate & unique place. Whilst the band portray an indie/alt/”American” vibe, the band remain open to ideas & different aspects of rock. Fonzy & Company takes you to a place where music used to be fun & celebrate the generation that appreciates & admires a time where real musicians used to dominate the world.
Influences: Brian Fallon, Travis, Green Day & Pixies
We are a Heavy Rock/ Party Metal? band from Wells, Somerset. We have been together since January 2016
We have a wide variety of musical influences ranging from Nu-Metal, Post Punk, Southern to 80's Rock
The Model folk 20.15-21.00
The Model Folk are a six piece band, hailing from the deepest darkest reaches of North Somerset. Their sound is an eclectic cocktail of influences that could loosely fit in the folk canon. Live shows are full of self-deprecating humour, romance, pathos, audience engagement and interaction; this creates an intimacy which feels more akin to a family get together than a gig. Their music is created with clarinet wizardry, trumpets, trombones & accordion; topped off with epic harmonies; you may go not knowing the songs, but you end up wondering why on earth you hadn’t
Lazy Daze 19.00-19.45
Glastonbury band that perform their own unique genre of ‘heavy folk’, blues & an underpinning of soul.
All songwriters, with influences from The Beatles to Bruce Springsteen the trio produce beautiful songs woven together by heartfelt harmonies & memorable melodies,
BE Cooling 17.45-18.30
B.e_cooling” (aka Brian) is a bluesy, folk-rock with a dash of country soul, singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada.
His distinctive Canadian wit, honed during a life which stretches from coffin-maker to school teacher, provides a singular foundation for strong melodies and evocative lyrics which have an edge that is not easily forgotten....
Got Chemistry 16.30-17.15
An unusual band, playing original funky, soulful and slightly folky music.
Evie Cosgrove 15.20-16.00
Born and raised in the South West of England, teenage singer-songwriter Evie brings an honest and youthful outlook to her songwriting with stripped backed piano tracks touching on sweeping subjects from Breaking Hearts to Brexit.
Writing new music at a breakneck pace & with her debut EP “The End of Summer” on the way, Evie is building a following playing live across Somerset with town centre busking, festival and support slots as well as open mics.
The Legendary Snake Snake Snake 14.20-14.55
The Legendary Snake Snake Snake blend mariachi, European, punk and rock and roll rhythms into a strange Somerset melting pot, creating a heady mix that's raucous and delicious.
Joshua Faulkner 13.25-13.55
Young singer/songwriter from the Yeovil and Street area
The Liabilities AD 12.20-13.05
A proper old school punk band who have just released their self titled album. We normally start the Saturday quietly but this time it will begin with a roar. They have had impressive support slots with The Subhumans, 999 and UK SubS recently amongst others and will blast through their set for you with intensity.
Don’t forget Tickets are available only for all days online here