Music line-up for Top of the Gorge
Once you're worn out from a day of adventure, cool down with live music that really rocks. We're adding to our lineup all the time, so keep checking back to discover more.
Live bands are playing across the weekend in the National Trust outdoor arena. The music line-up will include local artists and those from across the UK, covering a range of genres. There will be something for everybody to rock out to on top of Cheddar Gorge.
Making a welcome return to the festival, Tamsin Quin will be bringing her acoustic folk sound to the gorge. With influences such as Laura Marling, Seth Lakeman and the Levellers, you'll be in for a whirlwind of charismatic tale telling.
The Adventures of...
Making their Top of the Gorge debut, The Adventures of... will be bringing their indie sound to your Friday evening.
One of Devon’s most talented and inspiring young artists. Sadie Horler is building the foundations of her musical journey by busking on the streets of Exeter at the age of 14. Sadie’s hard work and dedication to music paid off, and four years later she has established herself as a firm favourite on the South West music scene. With her effortless and haunting vocals, Sadie performs with warmth and authenticity, captivating her audience with her engaging but unaffected presence. Her heartfelt lyrics are inspiring by events and people around her with every song telling a compelling story you do not walk to miss.
A funky four-piece band from Somerset, playing original tunes that fuse catchy guitar riffs and haunting vocals with deep drum and bass. The band was formed in early 2018 by Missy Edwards and Jools Bath who previously performed in Somerset's alternative rock band 'Missart' and Bristol based alternative rockers 'Treacle Eater'. Their first gig was supporting the Ched Ex Band and this led to performances in venues and festivals across the South West.
A West-country collective established in 2013, with a genre-defying, eclectic sound that ranges from traditional folk to full blown festival rock. The Leylines are veterans of Glastonbury and Beautiful Days festival and have a well-earned reputation as festival favourites.
Brother Sea are a South West based folk band that brings together the acclaimed duo Harbottle & Jonas, award winning song writers Kris Lannen and Richard Trethewey, and the haunting Celtic tones of Annie Baylis.
With hypnotic vocals accompanied by classic folk instruments Brother Sea create a sense of awe and intrigue with songs like campfire stories exploring heritage and folklore as they gently flicker through captivating soundscapes.