Check out the amazing line-up of tribute bands and local artists that will be performing over the weekend at Gig on the Green 2020
Possibly the band most requested to return to Gig on the Green! Get ready to go back to the 80s with world renowned 80s tribute band Wild Boys!
Now in their 10th year the Wild Boys stem from the humble roots of Norfolk. The boys have performed all over the world alongside iconic 80s acts including Michael Bolton, Human League, OMD, ABC, Chesney Hawkes and many more.
Expect to hear hits from Duran Duran, Erasure, Phil Collins, Tears For Fears, Prince and Queen to name but a few.
The Wild Boys were formed in the summer of 2009 and have set very high standards with their vast performing experience and exciting shows, covering all the great artists from the best decade in music - The 80s!×
Miss Kylie stole the show at last year’s Gig on the Green Sunday so this year we’ve brought her back for the Saturday crowd!
Natalie Mcgrath has been performing her Miss Kylie tribute show for more than 12 years. Wowing audiences since 2006 with her remarkable vocal likeness and striking resemblance to Australia’s Queen of pop, Natalie has built up a reputation for being the UK’s best Kylie tribute.
This spectacular tribute show highlights the many highs of Kylie Minogue’s amazing career and features stunning costume changes, high energy choreography and incredible stage charisma.
From Kylie’s 80’s classics to her modern-day chart hits, this spectacular tribute is not one to be missed!×
Jack Shepherd is world renowned for his Ed Sheeran tribute shows after playing all over the world since 2015. Jack recreates every song completely live using a replica loop pedal to that of the man himself. With a show featuring all the hits and ballads you are sure to have a full Ed Sheeran Experience.
In 2019 Jack received the well-deserved award for best male artist at the national tribute music awards.×
Back to Gig on the Green for a third time and paying tribute to one of the greatest Jamaican reggae bands ever are Trenchtown Experience!
Their Bob Marley tribute act is an eight-piece band of London`s top reggae musicians. Members have performed with the best - UB40, Yellowman, Third World, John Holt, Aswad.
As fans of roots reggae and of Marley`s band of the mid-seventies, Trenchtown Experience includes an all-female backing vocal trio - their own version of Bob Marley's I-Threes.×
With the untimely and unfortunate passing of the supreme vocalist and entertainer, Whitney Houston, the world is grieving the loss of one of, if not the best female vocalist to ever soothe our ears and hearts.
Since then, the request to bask in Whitney Houston’s incredible library of work has skyrocketed, thus springing forth the creation of Just Whitney, a tribute show performed by X Factor contestant, Beverly Savarin.
Although Whitney Houston’s brilliance can never be duplicated, Beverly Savarin, as Just Whitney has gone on to continue to perform her greatest hits, aiming to ignite our memories and giving homage to the woman who gave so much to sing about.×
Formed from the combination of original members of the 2 Tone explosion, The Beat GB features Everett Morton of The Beat and Mickey Billingham of Dexys Midnight Runners, The Beat and General Public, plus Neil Deathridge (The Beat and International Beat), Jason Ensa, Sean Williams and Theo Hockley.
After performing with The Beat and releasing three albums in the early 80s, which included a string of hit singles such as ‘Mirror in the Bathroom’, ‘Tears of a Clown’, ‘Ranking Full Stop’ and ‘Too Nice to Talk To’. Everett has now taken it a step further and introduced a brand new incarnation of that feeling and sound with The Beat GB, where the group are currently working not only on the classic tunes but also bringing you some great new songs too.×
The Mighty Lemons are delighted to return to Yateley Gig On The Green 2020 to be part of this great event. It only seems like 736 days since we last played GOTG.
If you didn’t catch them last time, they are an all-singing, all-swinging six-piece ukulele rock band playing a mixture of classic and current pop songs on fun size guitars. And a Theremin. And drums. The perfect fusion of great music and lighthearted humour.
Since we were last played the Gig On The Green they’ve been spreading ukulele love and their special brand of entertainment to many fundraising events including the Yateley Cask & Cork Festival, Box Ukulele Festival and the St Michael’s Church Pastoral Centre Ladies Evening and Clothes Swap event.
Come and dance, sing-along, or just tap your toes to classics such as Paradise City, Uptown Funk, Shut Up and Dance and many more. Big sound, tiny guitars. Proof that size isn’t everything.×
Rowdy, Lucky, Richey, Gene and Ted. Maximum skiffle and roll from the dancehall days. Somewhere between The Cavern Club and Canvey Island.
The TR5s are unique in many ways. Part skiffle, part rock ‘n’ roll and part early r‘n’ b, their sound epitomises a bygone era of cool, with an epic sounding unit of acoustic guitar, electric guitar, double bass and drums.
With set lists made up of out-of-the-ordinary (but not unknown) 50s and 60s tunes, deliberately chosen to stand out, the band are guaranteed to capture your attention and have you hitting the dancefloor. Their charismatic and energetic stage show is a perfect reminder of those great times that we all long for again.×