– Queen Square

Orchestra of Everything (OOE)
Mix of pop, rock, jazz, film/TV themes & classical
A 30-piece community orchestra and singers playing an eclectic mix of rock, pop, jazz, TV/film themes and the odd bit of classical – Bowie, Britney, Beethoven and Bond all in one place!
Twitter: @OrchestraOE

18.00 – 18.30
Sound of Men
Bristol-based acapella group singing traditional, folk, Georgian and songs of the sea.

18.50 – 19.20
The Soul Destroyers
Soul and rock/pop classics with a horn driven twist
More of a tribe than a band, the mighty Soul Destroyers have been playing their mix of cheese tinged, horn driven soul since Adam was a lad. A 13 piece line up, with six awesome horns, three singers and a rock solid rhythm section it is an unnatural phenomenon of truly awe-inspiring musical power.
FB: The Soul Destroyers

19.40 – 20.10
Agent Philby & the Funtans
Fired in the forges of 1960’s optimism, 1970s powercuts, and 1980s regret, The Funtans perform a genre defying mix of seasick folk rock blues full of solace, sorrow and sour grapes.
FB: @funtans

20.30 – 21.00
The Red Bandits
Disco pop funk
A memorable disco funk party band with a rockabilly twist! The Red Bandits’ performances are extremely fun and funky. Expect beautiful harmonies, party starting tunes, props and surprises along the way – bring your dancing shoes!
FB: ​​@TheRedBandits

21.20 – 22.00
FolkLaw’s music will get your feet tapping and your mind thinking. FolkLaw’s songs are a commentary on life, with earthy lyrics and vocals accompanied by Celtic fiddle and distinctive vocal harmonies. Described as “Show of Hands with a new wave ethic” (fRoots) and winning friends and fans wherever they go, FolkLaw are a unique blend of energised entertaining UK folk-rock.
FB: @Folklaw

Jamma de Samba
Pop up performances
Jamma de Samba will be joining the party and performing as a samba with a unique blend of traditional Brazilian rhythms with modern beats and drops and bringing a carnival atmosphere to the city of Bath. They will be performing between acts throughout the evening.