From live and unplugged sessions with local musicians to stadium rock, Saturdays at the Festival start gently and then prepare to rock-out in the evening. We have a packed afternoon and evening programme with acts from 1pm onwards.
This year’s Saturday headline have been entertaining crowds since 2004. A great 6 piece band that have headlined at many local festivals and will end the night on a high with great covers from the 60s to date. If you’re still standing at this point, try and face the right way, it’ll be well worth it!
These guys have exploded onto the music scene with their own inimitable style of Ska-punk. Playing original songs with the energy of punk and stomping Ska rhythms.There is a massive buzz surrounding this band at the moment the live shows are not for the faint hearted, it's infectious dance till you drop from the very first beat.Their eagerly awaited debut album drops later this year, don't miss out on seeing these guys at ACBF for the first time this year.
The Soulmates are a Watford based covers band. You hum it, they’ll play it. From Motown to Madness and Dusty Springfield to Bruce Springsteen. Again, another welcome return for the 3rd year to ACBF.
Hatching in 2009, DodoBones have been attracting attention with raw and heartfelt lyrics combined with their rather splendid musical line up. Playing both originals and covers ,but with their own unique style, they return to ACBF for the second time.
Vibes will kick off the Saturday music for ACBF this year. They are an exciting, unique and entertaining steel band. Band members have over 10 years experience and have performed at events at Buckingham Palace, the House of Commons and Hideaway Festival and many more.
They have a huge repertoire, ranging from Pop and Calypso to Reggae and your favourite hits. Be prepared to start the dancing off a little early this year!
Hyde are an up and coming young band from Hertfordshire. They describe themselves as,
‘an alternative rock band that play covers and originals within the rock genre’.
All at Aston Clinton Beer Festival are rather looking forward to the ‘next generation’. Don’t miss them!