Live music is a huge part of our festival events, and this year we are super-excited to welcome four great acts over the two days of the Sausage & Cider Festival - so be prepared for some awesome singalong music throughout the weekend!
Old Friends - on the Clubhouse Stage
Kicking off our music-filled weekend will be this club-favourite duo with their own brand of acoustic tunes, from The Monkees to The Beatles to Simon and Garfunkel and more!
Chelsea Millard - on the Flatbed Stage from 5pm
Chelsea is a firecracker of a local singer with a background in musical theatre. She will get everyone up dancing to greatest hits from Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Adele, Madness, AC/DC and Brian Adams!
Sophia and the Soul Brothers on the Marquee Stage from 7pm
This lively 5-piece will entertain the crowd inside the marquee with a classic set of soul tunes, Motown, disco, and reggae.
Midnight Hour on the Clubhouse Stage from 9pm
Headlining the festival is this popular Bath-based soul band, re-imagining the classic upbeat funk & soul of the late 60s and early 70s with smart, passionate reinterpretations for the 21st century.
The festival - sponsored by Walfins - kicks off on Friday 12th May with the McCue Cup - a celebratory rugby match between Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Battalion and a RWBRFC President’s XV.
The action continues on Saturday 13th May with two County rugby matches – Senior Ladies and Senior Mens. Dorset & Wilts Senior Ladies and Devon Senior Ladies kicks off at 1pm, and Dorset & Wilts Senior Men vs Devon Senior Men kicks off at 3pm.
Entry to the Festival is £5 on the gate, with Under 18s free to enter and free car parking on site. We are pleased to be able to take payment by card.
But we don't want you to miss out on any of the action. So we are very please to offer anyone attending the Friday evening FREE ENTRY on the Saturday. Outstanding value for a weekend full of the best Rugby, Cider, Sausages and Live Music!
Friday evening - gates open 6pm. Saturday - gates open 11.30am.
We will again be supporting the REME Charity, which provides assistance to members of the Corps of Royal Mechanical Engineers and their dependents. The charity supports a wide variey of activies that enable service prsonnel past-and-present to face the challenges and dangers associated with military srvice by developing and maintaining skills, fitness, confidence, charactr, spirit and morale.