Music Programme

Constables Bar

– Vocalise

Founded in 2019, Vocalise is a female vocal group, singing an eclectic collection of music from around the world and across the decades, with something for everyone. The festive programme covers traditional carols, via movie classics, to contemporary winter songs. Join them for some seasonal cheer!

– Faye Aspinall

Faye (pictured) is a local singer who styles herself on the likes of Amy Winehouse, Paloma Faith and Imelda May. She brings hints of jazz, rock and pop to her sets, always making sure the audience have a good time.

– Charlotte Grayson

Charlotte Grayson is a renowned singer songwriter from Hartlepool. Her first single ‘Maybe’ was released in 2018 to critical acclaim, including the first of 4 BBC Introducing Track of the Week awards. Her second album ‘Sugar coat’ is due for release early 2023.


Fishermans Arms

3pm – Lost State of Dan

Lost State of Dan is a soulful, eighties inspired, balladeer. Big vocals, tender melodies and thought-provoking lyrics all delivered with a cheeky chappy smile!

Photo credit: Sound & Vision Photography – Christian Darby

4.30pm – Pek & Wanley 

These lads need no introduction, if you haven’t seen them yet, where have you been!

Two of Hartlepool’s favourite sons – Pek and Wanley.

8pm – The  Passion Killers 

St Hilda's Church

4pm-6pm – Kate Sirs School of music 

Our performance will feature our vocal students of all ages.

The Kate Sirs School of Music, based in Stockton Road, has been in business for fourteen years and, following an expansion, now has six fully equipped music rooms.

Hartlepool Sixth Form College – On The Brink 

“Hartlepool Sixth Form’s ‘On the Brink’ Theatre Company eagerly return to community events with a selection of live vocalists and performers”

The Pot House

Friday 25th, 8pm – Electric Sheep

Saturday 26th, 8.30pm – Eli

Outdoor Performances

3.15pm- 4pm – Hartlepool Brass Band 

Hartlepool Brass Band is a non profit making group, who encourage the appreciation of, and participation in playing Brass Band music.

Our nominated charity is the

 “Alice House Hospice “, although we always try to assist the town and surrounding area in any way we can with various community events if possible.

Further information please contact them via their Facebook page “Hartlepool Brass Band

5pm-5.45pmHartlepool Pipes and drums 

The Cosmopolitan

2pm-4pm Miss Toni’s Academy and Pink Lemonade 

Headland Social Club

Jasmine Weatherill

4pm - 4.45pm

Jasmine Weatherill, local musician, captivating audiences with her folky vocals and intricate guitar playing

Daniel Darcy

5pm - 5.45pm

D’Arcy is a blues guitarist from a small town from the North East – Hartlepool. His inspirations vary from the 1936 legend Robert Johnson right through to Jimi Hendrix, Rory Gallagher, Albert King, and Steve Ray Vaughn to name a few. His sets include classic hits that take you on a journey through blues history with delta variations of modern classics and impressive guitar solos that you will be humming for days. D’Arcy is a well established figure in the Northern blues community and has been involved with many bands over the years, he thrives on performance and loves putting on a show. His current power trio The D’Arcy Daniels Band is something not be missed and his solo sets are just as impressive. 

Strawberry Mynde

6pm - 7pm

Hot on the heels of their debut double A sided single ‘Lord I’m So tired / Try as I might’ on the fantastic Spinout Nuggets label as featured on Radio Six’s Gideon Coe. Thee Strawberry Mynde unveil their newest line up distilling the best part of 25 years of Garage psyche punk and roll. Crisp, Smart and Sorted!

The Milk Lizards

7.30pm - 8.30pm

Embracing the traditional elements of surf music; clean guitar drenched in reverb, on top of a driving rhythm section, The Milk Lizards bring a DIY punk aesthetic to their no frills assault on this often forgotten, niche genre. 

The band regularly play all over the country for top garage promoters and feature on various compilation albums including The Graveyards Tapes Vol 1 and Surf Britannia, a 20 track surf album, featuring the top surf bands from all over the UK, the latter released by Sharawaji records.  Their Surfin’ Cyborg Blues also reached number two in the Surf Rock Radio charts and was in the Top 10 for six weeks.  2021 saw two of their songs feature on the OST of independent horror/comedy film Chompy and The Girls (5.9/10 IMDB).

Gaz Price

9pm - 10pm

Gaz Price is a brutally honest singer-songwriter that is passionate about the town he was brought up in.

Having recently supported the likes of Andrew Cushin, Social Room, The Roly Mo, Tom Hingley (Inspiral carpets) and even performing at The Libertines own Albion Rooms – GAZ has the drive, passion, and sound to play any stage and make it his own.

More importantly, Gaz Price has something to say and that something is worth listening to.