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Chapel Allerton Arts Festival Weekend 2019
30 Aug 2019 - 1 Sep 2019
A weekend of live music in the street, craft ales, family activities, stalls and a wide range of food.
5pm Tea On The Street - A wide variety of food stalls plus Festival Bar
6pm Emily Mercer, Main Stage - Drawing influences from Jazz, Folk and Contemporary artists, Emily’s piano driven songs showcase deep vocals, rich chords, punchy hooks and unexpected turns. Lyrical and often theatrical, her songs explore both social and personal issues, all the while retaining a playful cynicism. Working between Leeds and Manchester, Emily released her debut EP 'Transparency' in January 2019.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilymercermusic/
6.45pm Harry Zalega - Growing up in the Chapel Allerton area, Harry Zalega has been listening to a diverse range of music all of his life; from the soulful singing of Ray Charles and Sam Cooke to bands such as Coldplay and Keane, Harry has taken influence from all areas of the music spectrum and this is something displayed within his music. Since learning guitar at a young age, Harry has been playing gigs around the music venues of his hometown for the last 6 years. Playing a wide range of originals and covers, and later taking up piano, he never really knew what direction to take his music; however all the experimenting has been the making of the sound which is Harry Zalega today. His first release 'Run Away' exhibits soulful singing with synth bass whilst still retaining a classic feel, creating a nostalgic breath of fresh air. The song captures the listener from the off with its dramatic intro and retains this feeling throughout as it ventures through the abundance of influences which Harry has grown up with. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hzalega/
7.30pm Sir Curse - a 6 piece band from Leeds. Experimenting with Rock, Folk, Gypsy style and Jazz elements with elegant sinister vocals, live shows feature drama and storytelling, bridging the gap between theatre and live music. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SirCurseBand/
8.15pm Late Night Legacy - Ryan Kitto (vocals), Rob Orange (guitar), Kyle Metcalf (Bass) and Andy Hounslow (Drums), Late Night Legacy are a high energy alternative rock band heavily influenced by the likes of Bring Me the Horizon, Rival Sons and Royal Blood. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LateNightLegacy/
9.15pm RK Switch - A duo full of the best summer vibes. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rkswitch/
11am Well Lane Arts Market A market for Chapel Allerton’s artists, craftspeople and community groups, plus activities for all ages.
11am Festival Bar
11am Well Lane Children's Activities - children's activities this year will focus on environmental themes - Love Your Village: Love your World - using scrap and recycled materials wherever possible: - Visit the underwater garden with your under 5s for jellyfishy fun with craft activities, sand play and face painting; - Visit the BEE Kind garden with children over 5 to find out how to make your garden insect friendly. Make a bee hotel, butterfly feeding station and beautiful bright floating butterflies; - BEE kind to yourself by taking a minute to sit and appreciate nature in our BEE kind garden;
12.45pm JGSK An upcoming, Leeds based, conscious Hip Hop artist
2pm Audio Republic - Anthemic, lively catchy guitar driven British pop/rock.
4pm Monkey's Fist -
Monkey's Fist is a folk band first formed in 2000, specialising in sea shanties, forebitters and songs of the sea both traditional and contemporary .Monkeys Fist are a trio singing maritime songs and sea shanties in the UK and Internationally with performances in Ireland, Holland and Germany. Songs are performed acapella with harmony and also with guitar, concertina, harmonica and bodhran accompaniment. Facebook: www.facebook.com/www.monkeysfistshanty.co.uk/
6pm Mali Hayes - A jazzy, nu-R&B type of neo-soul, supported by Gilles Peterson’s Future Bubblers, Hell Musicians UK and Mobo Awards. Facebook: www.Facebook.com/malihayesmusic
7pm Santino - The biggest, baddest, most bodacious, bombastic beauty in all of Babylon. I also make music that you wanna get drunk and get down to. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speaksantino/
8pm Victors - Fun crowd-pleasing pop/electronic suitable for all ages. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victorsofficial/
9pm Sam Parks - Soul stompers. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samuelsparkesmusic
10.30am Hymns In The Street - Churches Together. A local church band/music group accompanies this. The expected attendance is between 200 and 300, largely made up of older people and family groups. Seating will be provided.
11am Festival Bar
12 noon Jazz & Blues Sunday - the Sunday afternoon open air concert of jazz blues and soul bands in Regent Street 12.00-6pm will get you dancing in the street! This year it features award winning blues artist Kyla Brox and her band, nine piece band "Soul Surgeons", Leeds-based funk/R&B slammers "New Position" with a trio of lead singers , traditional jazz from local banjo man Jim Wright and "Rhythm De Luxe", vibraphone-led jazz from the talented John Settle's "Vibeology" - John is a graduate of the JazzLeeds workshops at Seven Arts! and topped off with the classic rhythm 'n' blues, doo-wop, jazz and ska with thumpin' slap bass, honkin' horns, raucous four-part vocal harmonies and a driving piano boogie from "Louis Louis Louis." to send everyone home happy!
Soul Surgeons 12.00 midday
Jim Wright's Rhythm DeLuxe 1pm
Kyla Brox Blues Band 3pm
New Position feat. Alice Higgins and Conal Mulvenna 4pm
Louis Louis Louis 5pm
Some of the audience (maximum 2000) will be accommodated at informal 'cabaret-style' seating at tables in front of the stage. See individual pages for more details
The full arts festival guide is available here http://chapelallerton.org.uk/guide/
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
- Family friendly
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