|5.||Music and Bands|
St Mellion Music Festical will take place on the playing field at St Mellion Primary School on 5th July between 2pm and 9pm. The event aims to be family friendly with children of all ages welcome. Music will be provided by bands from the village and surrounding area. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
St Mellion's Festival in the Field is a charity event in aid of a much needed hall for St Mellion school and community. We are aiming to raise the necessary funds to pay for plans and costings to be drawn up which can then be used to apply for help with funding to start building.
Come and enjoy:-
As well as aiming to raise money for the school and community hall this is a community event drawing together friends and neighbours for an enjoyable afternoon and early evening. Feel free to bring your own camping chair or rug for a relaxing and entertaining time.
If we can sell 200 tickets for the festival this will enable us to get the hall plans drawn up. Please spread the word to friends, family and those who enjoy watching live music. Please help us to make this a success!
Owing to the event being held on school property, glass must not be brought into the festival field. Food and drink on sale at the event will be served in plastic containers. Dogs and smoking cannot be permitted on the school premises.
We would welcome offers of help during the day for tasks, such as, manning the car parking and entrance gates. If you could spare an hour or two please let us know.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for £7.50 per adult and £2.50 for children (under 12 yrs). To order, please contact one of the following:
|Amanda and Andy Copson||01579 350526|
|Ruth and Ian Waite||01579 350947|
|Lou Mills-Watts and Steve Crook||01579 350948|
Tickets and questions can also be directed to email@example.com
Tickets may be available on the day, depending on numbers of advanced sales. Prices on the gate will be £10.00 per adult and £4.00.
The festival is dependent on the weather! If, on the day, a decision is made that it's not feasible to proceed, the event will be rescheduled for a later date.
This is a provisional list of events and may be subject to revision.
|2:15 - 3:00pm||The Band With No Name||Pillaton's finest! Long standing group of talented amateur musicians and performers who will open the festival with a rousing set of covers to get the crowds dancing and singing.|
|3:25 - 4:10pm||Sugar Rush||These enthusiastic Year 7 youngsters play with style and skill that belies their youth. They are relatively experienced, having performed with various junior bands before forming this interesting line up of three girls and a boy. They play an adventurous selection of covers.|
|4:30 - 5:15pm||Mr. E||An experienced four piece band from the Tavistock area. They play their own original songs plus a range of popular covers from The Kooks to the Arctic Monkeys. This band has played several times at Tavistock Wharf and at various other local events.|
|5:35 - 6:05pm||India and Roger||India Lewis is another teenager with loads of experience and talent. An accomplished vocalist, she also plays guitar, violin, and keyboard. Local rocker Roger King will bring a little(!) maturity to procedings, joining India on a wide variety of material, including original songs and covers ranging from Pink Floyd to Pink!|
|6:30 - 7:15pm||Standard Issue||Standard Issue are a group of 14-16 year olds. Fronted by a female singer, they've been practicing together for 4 years and have performed live sets at a number of events. They cover hits by bands such as: Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd, The Darkness and more.|
|7:35 - 8:20pm||Andy's Attic||St Mellion's very own wannabees! Featuring "grown up" members of the Copson and Waite families. After a sell out night at the local village pub they are looking upon this festival as "their Glastonbury"! With covers from The Zutons to Dandy Wharhols, their set is guaranteed to get you singing and dancing.|
|8:50 - 9:35pm||Love Street||
Love Street have been described as, "Classic Folk Rock, as comfortable
and familiar as an old overcoat, yet exciting, vibrant and new" and
compared to Jethro Tull, Elbow, Led Zeppelin with an element of Queen
thrown into the mix.
The band's debut album, "Both Sides of the Door", was recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World studios and is currently being post produced by award winning George Shilling (Steve Winwood, Bernard Butler, Maddy Prior, Ocean Colour Scene etc.) with an intended release in Summer 2014.
2013/14 has seen the band headline a number of small UK Festivals and play at other major events such as Elfia Holland, Boomtown Fair, Sunrise, Barefoot and many more.
"Music that makes you want to laugh, dance, love, cry and live" - this is a band not to miss, whose music and live performance will have a real and lasting impact on you.
Refreshments will be available throughout the festival, including:
St Mellion is located on the A388 between Saltash and Callington. When travelling Northbound (from Saltash), turn left into The Glebe estate soon after the entering the village.
When travelling Southbound (from Callington), turn right into The Glebe estate at the far end of the village soon after passing a row of cottages on your left.
Once on the The Glebe estate, stewards will be on hand to direct you to a parking space.
Regular buses belonging to First Group and Western Greyhound pass through St Mellion village, travelling from Plymouth and Saltash to the South and Callington and Launceston to the North. The following links will take you to the appropriate timetable for Saturday 5th July:-
First Group (76)
Western Greyhound (576)
Free parking will be available in the vicarage field, accessible through "The Glebe". For those entering St Mellion from the Northbound A388, this is the first estate on the left after entering the village. Sat Navs can be programmed to find it using the postcode: PL12 6RF.