The Taylor Wimpey Abbey Stage
In place of the much loved TimeOut tent shall now stand the all new and exciting Abbey Stage! With a new look and a touch back to Keynsham’s historic past the Abbey Stage is set to boast so some of the finest performers at this years event.
Singer-Songwriter Eleanor first entered the music scene under the name ‘Ellie Jacobs’ when she collaborated with Randy Bachman from Bachman-Turner Overdrive to produce her first album ‘Girl On The Moon’. Bringing the exciting sounds of Nashville home to the UK, Eleanor’s unique sound unites the classic ‘Country’ genre with the world of English pop/folk music. Bound to captivate you in a trance as you listen to her sounds, Eleanor is a perfect contribution to #KMF2018!
Forming in 2016 the Southbank Crows were met at a blind audition for a project then known as ‘Tiny Voices’ after the Box Car Racer song of the same name. The five piece began writing music and rehearsing regularly at a Studio in London’s Southbank. With a unique blend of Rock, Americana and heart felt stories the Southbank Crows boast a captivating sound that will draw you in at #KMF2018!next
With an infectious and heart felt sound The Kaizens are an instantly recognisable band. Taking over stages with power and confidence their “record-perfect” sound keeps you wanting more from them after every note they play. We cannot wait to have them be part of the line up at #KMF2018!
From Bath, LSPY has in fact performed for us at Keynsham Music Festival before. Previously known as J-Stevens Rap this guy always performs with pure passion. Taking to the stage this year with, not just a new name, but new material too we cannot wait to have LSPY embrace the crowd at #KMF2018!next
Having taken to The Abbey Stage for the first time at last years Keynsham Music Festival, BLaKRABB1T were so impressive we had to book them again. Engulfing the stage in a presence and immersive sound that could be matched by no other we know to expect the best yet again from them this year at #KMF2018!next
An ever evolving, compelling and innovative band, Loka draw on influences from jazz and classical to BBC Radiophonic Workshop and 60’s psychedelia. With each of their tracks drawing you to a state of hypnosis and ore. We’re sure they’ll be a perfect addiction to the #KMF2018 line up!
Reggae, Soul | Sunday 1st July | 6:15pm | | The Taylor Wimpey Abbey Stage
Born and raised in St Anns, Jamaica, Da Fuchaman, is a highly respected international recording artists. Broadcasting positive messages with excellent grooves Da Fuchaman & The Fire Blaze Band are sure to get you moving and be a perfect early evening addition to the #KMF2018 line up!next
Dance, Electro-Pop | Sunday 1st July | 7:15pm | | The Taylor Wimpey Abbey Stage
No strangers to Keynsham Music Festival, Stevie Nicole Brown and Matt Bond, craft their own blend of 80’s pop with current pop and guitar based influences to create Stevie & The Masquerades. Jumping on stage with charisma and passion their live show will hold you locked in until it’s over. We’re sure they will be an excellent act to see at #KMF2018!next
Having first stepped on stage at Keynsham Music Festival last year Kinsman is back to wow the crowd again, this year as The Abbey Stage headliner! Never a bad vibe about him, Kinsman is without doubt one of the best Hip-Hop MC’s that we have ever had the gift of hearing. With routes stretching back to Massive Attack’s early days and the original Bristol Wild Bunch, Kinsman has seen, heard and spoken it all. He is without doubt going to be one of THE acts to see at #KMF2018!next