Sunday 30th August 2020

The Good Souls – (20:30 – 22:00)

Influenced by a love of Indie Music, The Good Souls are a familiar face among venues and festivals across the North East. Fresh from some spectacular support slots at Newcastle’s O2 Academy followed by a stellar performance to a capacity crowd of 25,000 at Bents Park, they’ve firmly established themselves as one of the region’s top cover bands. Anchored firmly in their love of 90’s indie music, The Good Souls have diversified using big keyboard sounds to give a unique but accurate sound to the songs they cover.

Since they started in 2009, The Good Souls have gained a loyal and dedicated following due to their ability to play a wide range of covers to suit all tastes and ages. With a growing reputation this dynamic, evolving, six-piece band will entertain you with a diverse range of songs from: The Killers to Erasure; Oasis to Bruno Mars; The Stone Roses to Rhianna. So, bring your dancing shoes, your drinking mitt and your party face as there’s definitely something for everyone!

The Sleeze Sisters (19:00 -20:00)

The Sleeze Sisters are currently the hottest ticket in town. You are always guaranteed a great night of high octane entertainment as the sisters strut there way through hit after hit ranging from the 70’s through to the current charts. The sisters are well established session musicians so you can expect to hear faithfully reconstructed songs played to the very highest standard, the sisters are guaranteed to make any party go with a bang. Whilst Big Hair, Big Heels, Enhanced Cod Pieces are the order of the day, the Sleeze Sisters should not be pigeon holed as a Glam Band.

They perform thunderous versions of songs by Blackfoot Sue, Jo Jo Gunne, Alex Harvey, Mott the Hoople, Bowie and Alice Cooper as well as old favorites by Slade, T.Rex, Sweet, Mungo Jerry, and Peter Frampton. If you go to one gig this year, make sure you check out the Sisters. We guarantee you’ll leave with a smile on your face and an annoying anthem that you can’t get out of your head

The Wet Bandits (17:30 – 18:30)

Introducing… The Wet Bandits. Since forming at the start of 2019 The Wet Bandits have been going down a storm in the bars and clubs of the North East.
Consisting of four experienced musicians previously from bands such as The Shakes, Tadpole Pie and The Dee Dowling Band and fronted by one of the region’s most in-demand solo performers, the band are bringing their own brand of harmony-heavy pop, rock and indie classics to a venue near you soon! 100% live and with a focus on vocal harmonies, prepare to be impressed.

There’ll be no “Don’t Stop Believing” or ‘Sex on Fire” here but you can expect something for everyone, with material from the likes of the Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, The Jam, The Eagles, Culture Club, The Mavericks, Oasis, Crowded House, The Loving Spoonful, Paul Weller and many more.

TBC (16:05 – 17:05)


Johnson & the Jets (14:55 –  15:40)


TBC  (13:45 – 14:30)


Brooke Miller (12:40 – 13:20)

Brook Miller is an 18 years old singer acoustic guitarist from Newcastle currently studying in the East London School of Arts and Music. Brook has been performing since the age of 9 and has performed all over the country at huge events such as “Wellies and wrist bands” and “Party in the park- Flamingo land” supporting Aston Merrygold. He has appeared on CBBC’s “Got what it takes”, sang with Calum Scott and The Vamps and recently attended “The Voice – Blind Auditions”

Brook is thrilled to be making his Gateshead Beer & Music Festival Debut and looks forward to seeing you all there.

tbc – (14.30 – 15.30) – Indoor Stage


George Welch & Christine Jeans  – (12.00 – 14.00) – Indoor Stage


Start your Sunday session off with a smile!

We are delighted to announce that the wonderful George Welch and Christine Jeans will once again be joining us on Sunday 6th May.

We’ve had the pleasure of hosting both George and Christine for the last 5 or 6 years… They are the perfect accompaniment for the Sunday lunchtime session.

George has, for many years, graced the live music scene delighting audiences with his quirky sense of humour, memorable vocals, guitar, cittern and ukulele. Christine is involved with the local folk music scene playing banjo, bass and ukulele. George and Christine have played together for several years at folk venues from Scotland to Northumberland to Yorkshire and enjoy every minute.

Please note: All artists are subject to change without notice. Times may be adjusted without notice

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