Saturday & Sunday sees the William Hardwicke in Bognor's High Street hosting an array of great music, plus serving excellent food, drink and real ales.
Throughout the weekend, the venue will host an excellent Real Ale Festival featuring ales from around Sussex and beyond.
Saturday 23rd September
Sweeping out of the world-renowned home of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, Broomdasher are 16 powerful voices whose passion, exuberance and harmonies aim to enthrall, uplift and engage their audiences.
Folk duo Phil and Jane (Chipping Away) met a few years ago at a local folk club and instantly discovered that they shared the same musical interests. They love traditional and contemporary folk songs and also perform some of their own material.
All of their songs are sung with massive pleasure and enjoyment, which they hope transmits to all who listen.
Ed & Ollie Goodale
Brothers Ed and Ollie have an acute observation and interpretation of life that transfer into poetic, thought provoking lyrics and highly mature song crafting, and perhaps work together in a way that only siblings can...
Despite their young ages, the brothers have played extensively at gigs, clubs and festivals throughout the UK and Europe, gaining a strong following on the modern English folk scene.
Steve Dan Mills
He couples his very powerful vocals with acoustic guitar and harmonica.
Southdowns Folk Singers
Singers who learn and sing traditional and new South Downs folk songs, sung in the traditional way.
"Put another barrel on, landlord, and pull a pint for me! The ale in Sussex is the best we all agree!"