AmpRocks 2023

Friday 14th July 2023 17:00 - 22:00

The highlight of the festival weekend for many and one that everyone looks forward to.

Clean Bandit

Their breakthrough success came in 2014 with the single ‘Rather Be’ and Jess Glynne. In 2016, they released their 10 million-selling single ‘Rockabye’ with Sean Paul and Anne Marie. They also received two Brit Award nominations for their 2018 smash ‘Solo with Demi Lovato, which became their fourth UK number 1. The band have now notched up 9 UK top five singles, more than Bruno Mars or Adele. With a fantastic reputation for live performances, you are just going to love them!

Black Honey

Fantasy and escapism are all well and good, but what happens when you strap in, buckle up and set a course straight to the core of your own cold, hard reality? Rising from cult underground favourites on their self-titled 2018 debut through to a genuine breakthrough success story on 2021’s Top 10-charting follow up ‘Written & Directed’, the band have amassed a legion of fans to their constantly shifting canon of fizzing, visceral indie and nostalgia-soaked pop – a following that, in the past year alone, has seen them handpicked to support Liam Gallagher, The Libertines, IDLES, The Vaccines and more, on top of their own sold out headline tour.

Kula Shaker

One of Britain’s great rock and roll bands are back and on fighting form, ready to raise heaven & hell on the live circuit this year, and AmpRocks is proud to be providing the stage. Their flight to stardom in the 1990’s came from the classic singles ‘Tattva’, ‘Hey Dude’, ‘Govinda’ and ‘Hush’ taking them to the top of many global charts. While you will love their classics, you’ll also get a feel of their brand-new album ‘1st Congregational Church Of Eternal Love (and free hugs)’.

Jacob & Amelie

Acoustic duo Jacob & Amelie are winners of Redborne Upper School’s Redborne Calling competition. As always we are delighted to support local talent to get their first experience of a big stage. And these two really deserve it! Make sure you’re there early to see them.