10th-11th AUGUST 2024

2023 Festival Line-Up Complete

As the big day approaches, the Reepham Festival Team have announced their full line-up for both the Saturday and Sunday performances.

Pop princess, Toyah, provides the headline act for Saturday 12 August, not long after her triumphant appearance at Glastonbury. She’ll be providing an electrifying set featuring many of the songs from her eighties heyday as well as newer hits from her recent resurgence in the music scene.

Our two-stage set up on the Festival Field on Saturday means that we provide continuous back-to-back music for over eight hours. The Saturday line-up also includes  the Buster James Band, who have been performing rock and blues at gigs and festivals across East Anglia for many years, including several appearances at earlier Reepham Festivals.

We pride ourselves on supporting home-grown rising stars:  you will also see Norfolk hard rock band, The Black Shucks who have recently started writing and performing their own material, as well as Suffolk singer/songwriters Jazmine Honey Banks and Will Foley who was described by BBC Introducing as “one to watch in 2023”.

Visiting bands from further afield include The Hawkmen, who recently opened for Madness at Forest Live, and the Cable Street Collective, who appeared on the Avalon stage at Glastonbury this year.  There will also be a high energy tribute slot with Killerz, the UK’s number one tribute to the Killers.

The music continues on Sunday 13 August with five hours of music based at the Kings Arms in Reepham Market Place, with The Cult tribute, Cultish taking the headline slot.  Cultish will follow an eclectic mix of music ranging from blues and Americana band Fisher & the Ferrymen to beatboxer Differential.  Also appearing at the Kings Arms will be Midnight Sun, a soft rock band from Norfolk, and musicians from the Black Dog Music Project, which is a Norwich-based charity that gives help and support via music for people with mental health problems.