Time to find out a little more about the magnificient bands we have playing at our Summer Solstice.

  • Love Street

    Love Street

    Love Street is a 4 piece original band that was founded in April 2013. In the short time that they have been together, Love Street have achieved some incredible successes playing numerous U.K. and European festivals including Boomtown Fair, Looe, Lechlade, Sunflower Fest and Elfia.

    They have already worked in world famous studios such as Peter Gabriel's Real World, Sawmills - Cornwall, Metropolis - London, Sterling Sound - New York and Red Tape - Sheffield and have worked with internationally recognised producer George Shilling, award winning PR and media executive Judd Lander, and internationally renowned arranger, Darrol Barry.

  • Loxley


    Kicking off our evening entertainment is the Chichester based four piece folk band Loxley. They can be heard playing a mixture of original and re-imagined classics.

    We are very much looking forward to welcoming them to our event. In the mean time you can go and listen to them over on their soundcloud page here.
    You can also find them on Facebook.

  • Eleanore & The Lost

    Eleanore & The Lost

    Eleanore & the Lost are a symphonic rock band (with a hint of prog) resonating influences from Jeff Buckley, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, Kate Bush, Bjork and Evanescence.

    There are also glimpses of earlier Beatles' songs such as Eleanor Rigby. The song lyrics are beautifully crafted whilst the music has catchy, memorable tunes. The band leader, lead vocalist and songwriter, Eleanore, boasts a four octave range and a voice that is instantly memorable; she is also a consummate performer.

    Eleanore is performing her solo set with us, and we are VERY excited to see her.

  • Jimmy Lee Morris

    Jimmy Lee Morris

    We are very pleased to say Jimmy is back with us again. He's been with us right from the start and is part of the Pendacle Drummers Family.

    Jimmy will just have released his new album 'Gallery' by the time the solstice comes around, so please bring a few pennies to buy a copy of it from him.