OWAYSIS

Owaysis have been performing since 2016 but have been living in Oasis’ music since it all began. With every guitar bend, drum roll and vocal melody Owaysis will take you back to the dominating era of the 90’s. Playing the back catalogue of Oasis as if they’d written it themselves. We are Definitely Maybe theContinue Reading

THE TIN PIGEONS

Hallatonfest are excited to announce that The Tin Pigeons will be performing again this year! The Tin Pigeons are a local indie-folk band from the East-Midlands. They have developed a unique and exciting brand of pop music, combining folk lyricism, funky grooves and shimmering vocal harmonies to form an irresistibly fresh sound. The 2016 festival season sawContinue Reading

LITTLE MAMMOTHS

Little Mammoths have been added to this years line up at Hallatonfest! Little Mammoths are a proper rock ‘n’ roll band for the modern age. Raw and raucous, they peddle their own brew of intoxicated fun. Formed by Noah and the Whale bass player Matt Owens, the band have become renowned for their 4 hourContinue Reading

MOCKING JAYS

The Mocking Jays will be performing at this years Hallatonfest! The Mocking Jays are, Jacob, Lewis, Sam & Alex, a young, vibrant, enthusiastic and extraordinarily talented band who are delighting audiences throughout the UK. Their sound is tight, funky, Indie style featuring great umbers penned by themselves. Their sound varies from catchy, poppy hooks thatContinue Reading

VANITY BOX

Hallatonfest our proud to announce that Vanity Box will be performing this year! Vanity Box are an indie-rock band from Nottingham, England. The band formed in late 2009 and have been performing frequently across the Midlands and the UK. Vanity Box have released 5 singles to date ‘Back to the Start’ ‘Writing on the Wall’Continue Reading

KAZABIAN

Hallatonfest are proud to announce that the amazing Kazabian are¬†performing this year! Kazabian are the official and number one tribute act to the mighty Kasabian, endorsed by the real thing and touring extensively around Britain and Europe. Bearing an uncanny resemblance, they bring pounding beats and huge guitar-driven choruses to recreate Kasabian’s explosive stage showContinue Reading