The Plough’s 2018 Music Festival runs Friday, August 31st from 7.30pm to 11.30pm, and on Saturday Sept 1st from 4.00pm until midnight.
As always we’ll have a fabulous atmosphere, food, drinks and great music. We have a really exciting lineup this year so come ready to dance!
Friday, August 31st
Sara Jones – The Tina Turner Experience
International singing sensation “Sara Jones” brings you her unmissable Tribute to Tina Turner…
The RiffToads are a local favourite, and have been playing in and around the live music scene sine 2005 – no mean feat! Specialising in Classic -Blues,Ska,Rock & Pop and party covers throughout the generations, they are sure to get you hopping.
Saturday, September 1st
Compere extraordinaire as well as an excellent musician, Daz (sometimes known as Darren Sims) is a musician and entertainer local to Bristol. He’s been involved in music since the age of 11. He first started playing piano and guitar, but bass playing followed very quickly. In his career he’s been lucky enough to have worked and toured with many different bands, including The Chemical Brothers, The Wurzels and Boney M.
A new collaboration of some of the best and most experienced musicians in Bristol, whose mixed bag of deep musical roots has drawn them together. We are really excited to welcome their wealth of talent to this years festival.
The Beatles Go On
The Beatles Go On (formally The Beat Goes On) are a professional Tribute to The Beatles, giving their audiences the opportunity to travel back in time and relive the raw energy and genius of the original Fab Four. Spectacular Live entertainment
Since their formation in 2002, Planet Abba have succeeded in establishing themselves as the UK’s leading Abba tribute show. Their professionally choreographed stage show faithfully encapsulates the sights and sounds of Abba and their endless stream of unforgettable hits.
The Paul da Vinci 60’s/70’s Show
Featuring Paul Da Vinci’s three and a half octave voice and all the showmanship you would expect from the original voice of The Rubettes’ “Sugar Baby Love”. This combined with a kicking band of seasoned session musicians who can really sing and play all the hits from the 60’s and 70’s mean that standing ovations are a regular occurrence!