Today is jam packed full of artists of all genres and taste, why not give the bands a listen below and find a new favourite. Like something you hear during the festival? Come back to the videos to explore more.
Remember it is free all day and no ticket is required!
10:30 Slydigs #
Burtonwood’s finest make their homecoming after supporting The Who on their world tour
10:00 The Tamalas #
the Warrington favourites have supported Starsailor and recently announced that they will be performing at the Isle of Wight Festival this summer
9:30 Stillia #
talented St Helens band who won Warrington Guardian’s Hotwired competition in 2013. They have just worked with Johnny Vegas on their latest video
9:00 Delphina Kings #
Electronic pop trio who popped up on ‘Made In Chelsea’ recently
8:30 Psyblings #
psychedelic heavy rock
8:00 Sweet Release #
with one foot in 1960s LA and and the other in mid 1990s Manchester, Sweet Release are working to create a new, edgy blues sound for the 21st century
7:30 Black Pulp #
ones to watch. Polished indie pop band who have had lots of support from BBC Introducing
7:00 Weekend Wars
indie-pop group from St Helens
6:30 Filthy Tricks
blues rock with plenty of swagger
6:00 Dirty Berns #
garage rockers influenced by Dinosaur Pile-up, Weezer and Arctic Monkeys
5:00 Beware The Wolves
alternative rock four-piece from Warrington
4:30 Danxia #
shoegaze/dream-pop band from Warrington
4:00 Dientes #
the desert rockers are back with new material from their second album
young band from Warrington who are tipped for big things
3:00 The K’s
fresh from a coveted slot supporting The Ordinary Boys, The K’s are an ambitious four-piece from Newton
Sam Allen and Matt Morley met at Priestley College’s performing arts department and went on to work with the likes of Steven Spielberg and Johnny Depp. Now setting their sights on the music industry with their Americana sound, they named their band after the college which had a big impact on them
2:00 No One Sun#
melodic indie pop who have been making their mark on Spotify
with Influences such as The Kooks, Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Wombats, Fez create indie pop perfect for summer festivals
1:00 Myth Of Unity
one of festival organiser Steve Oates’ top picks for the weekend.
He said: “I met Myth of Unity in their Blackpool studio a few weeks ago. They played me an original song that made the hairs on my arms stand on end. The song was called ‘Hometown’ and I hope Myth of Unity get a great welcome to ours on Saturday.”
12:30 Kye Jones #
a popular figure on the Warrington music circuit influenced by Tool and Pearl Jam
12:00 Jack Woodward #
a bright young man with a first class honours and masters degree who delivers performances which are well crafted and precise.
If you still want to know more about this weekends artists, Warrington Guardian have put together a fantastic 12 Weekend special with interviews St Helens stalwarts Stillia and Weekend Wars, who are coming a little down the motorway to play, as well as an interview with headliners, Slydigs who mix the 9-5 with performing Arena shows supporting The Who.
Have you downloaded the Free Warrington Music Festival Compilation yet?