Festivals |
31st August 2014

*PLEASE NOTE* This is a non-ticketed FREE music event in the Brewery garden. Please disregard the standard message above 'view performances & book tickets' as this does not apply to either of the Mintfest music events. We apologise for any confusion caused. Thank you 

FREE music in the Brewery Garden 1.30-7pm:

Polly & The Billets Doux

Known for their flawless and energy-filled live performances, the genre-defying quartet Polly and the Billets Doux boast a genius blend of Folk, Pop, Rock N' Roll, Soul, Country, Blues and even Gospel. They have a solid reputation and extensive history of headline tours up and down the country; from Ullapool to Brighton, and almost everywhere in between.


These Musicians of the Court of Maharajas play the sarangi (Indian violin), kartals (castanets) the murchang (Jew's harp), the harmonium, the dholak (two headed drum) and tabla, accompanied by the Sapera dancer performing devotional dances, with the fakir adding daring and more spectacle including sabre swallowing and other exotic acts.…

Zee Guveya & the Heritage Survival Band

A group of exceptionally talented musicians from Zimbabwe hailing from the country's capital Harare. Their particular style of Afro-fusion draws on modern influences whilst upholding familiar traditional rhythms.

The band offers their audiences a compelling, insistent dance beat which weaves together hypnotic up-beat chimurenga songs, fast-beat sungura music and with the occasional popular reggae cover thrown in for good measure!


Ducie mixes traditional and contemporary styles from across the world. Combining Celtic music, Afro Cuban and Brazilian rhythms with funk, reggae, flamenco and blues, this vibrant blend of genres takes the listener over a broad, musical landscape providing music for your ears and infectious rhythms for your feet!

Venue: Brewery Garden


31st August 2014

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