What’s happening: Poole Harbour Festival this weekend

Poole Harbour Festival will return this weekend and is expected to see larger crowds than ever before.

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Poole Harbour Festival will return this weekend and is expected to see larger crowds than ever before.

The three-day event, taking place at Baiter Park in Poole, has been labelled ‘Poole and Bournemouth’s biggest and best family and live music festival’ by Total Guide to Poole.

With over 50 performances across the three days, the festival is set to host a variety of DJ sets, street performers, and shows, as well as an array of food and drinks.

From Friday to Sunday, a selection of music ranging from 90s classic hits to 21st century pop-rock will entertain audiences at Poole Harbour, including Mr Pacho Vibes System which will have ‘danceable live world music vibes for the body, soul and feet.’

The event promises to be a day of family fun, with a selection of children’s entertainment, featuring Krazy Kev on the Friday, Jules the Entertainer on Saturday, and several Dinosaur shows over the weekend.

Taking to the main stage on Sunday evening is pop band ‘Scouting for Girls,’ best known for their 2009 hit ‘She’s So Lovely,’ their performance will wrap up the final day of events.

The ever-successful festival is a mixture of multicultural musicians and different musical backgrounds.

With clear skies forecasted for the event and temperatures of at least 23 degrees, it is set to be a fun-packed event for all the family.

Here is the line-up for each day of the upcoming festival:

Friday 29th July:

  • 6pm:
    • DJ Tom Perry (Dance Tent)
    • Meat Loaf Tribute by Terry Nash (Main Stage)
    • The Transitions (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 7pm
    • Hot Radio with Elysa Marsden (Main Stage) – Road to Rock DJ set
  • 7.50pm
    • Foo Fighters Tribute by Foo Fighters GB (Main Stage)
  • 8pm
    • DJ Seb Fontaine (Dance Tent)
  • 9pm
    • Mr Pacho Vibes System (Harry Rocks Stage) – danceable live world music vibes for the body, soul feet
  • 9.40pm
    • Pink Floyd Tribute by The Dark Side of Pink Floyd (Main Stage)

Saturday 30th July:

  • 12pm
    • Martyn the Hat (Main Stage)
  • 12.20pm
    • Oasis Tribute by Oasiss (Main Stage)
  • 12.25pm
    • Nicole Mcnally (Main Stage)
  • 1.30pm
    • Kitty Stewart (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 2pm
    •  Mark Rush Palmer (Dance Tent)
    •  Police Tribute by The Police Academy (Main Stage)
  • 3.10pm
    • New Beats (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 3.30pm
    • Jon Langford & Paul Moss (Dance Tent)
    • Punk on your hits (Main Stage)
  • 5pm
    • Chris Payn (Harry Rocks Stage)
    • K-Klass (Dance Tent)
    • Muse Tribute by Mused (Main Stage)
  • 5.40pm
    • Saints of Sin (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 6.30pm
    • Dr Meaker (Main Stage)
  • 7pm
    • Jon Langford & Paul Moss (Dance Tent)
  • 8.20pm
    • Republica (Main Stage)
  • 9pm
    • Mischa & His Merry Men (Harry Rocks Stage)
    • Sixteen String Jack (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 9.50pm
    • Red Hot Chilli Peppers Tribute by Red Hot Chilli Peppers Experience (Main Stage)

Sunday 31st July:

  • 11am
    • Carley Varley (Main Stage)
  • 12pm
    • Elton John Tribute by The Rocket Man (Main Stage)
  • 12.30pm
    • Mother Ukers (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 1pm
    • Ibiza House DJs (Dance Tent)
    • The Ibiza Experience (Dance Tent)
  • 1.50pm
    • The Killers Tribute by The Fillers (Main Stage)
  • 2.30pm
    • Lady Winwoods Maggot (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 3.40pm
    • Queen Tribute by UK Queen (Main Stage)
  • 4.30pm
    • The Decatonics (Harry Rocks Stage)
  • 5.45pm
    • Scouting for Girls (Main Stage)

There’s not long now until the festival begins, with only two days left until tickets sell out. Get yours at: https://pooleharbourfestival.com/tickets/ 


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