Guilfest 2005

Line-up details of the Uncut stage at this weekend's festival.

Trending Now

The 7th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2020

Sufjan Stevens, Bill Callahan, Sarah Davachi, David Gilmour… and Sun Ra Arkestra!

Introducing the Ultimate Music Guide to Wilco

It’s been 25 years since the first Wilco album, the fiery AM, and it’s an anniversary we felt like...

Laurel Canyon: A Place In Time

Familiar stories from a fabled West Coast locale, enlivened by intimate archival footage

Introducing the Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide to Paul Weller

Even with a new album out this week, and with the pandemic striking at the heart of how musicians...

This weekend (15 -17 July) sees the annual three-day Guilfest in Guildford, Surrey. Among the headliners are The Pogues, Paul Weller, Status Quo, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Zombies, The Hothouse Flowers and Hal.

If you’re interested in going along, there are a few tickets still left, for more information visit guilfest.co.uk.

This year there is an Uncut stage, which features Richmond Fontaine and Willard Grant Conspiracy among others, full details are below.


The BBC Radio 2 Main Stage

Friday 15th July
The Pogues
Alabama 3
The Proclaimers
The Stands
This Is Seb Clarke


Saturday 16th July
Paul Weller
Echo & The Bunnymen
The Others
The Subways
Hal
The Black Velvets
Tom Baxter
Citadel

Sunday 17th July
Status Quo
Daniel Bedingfield
Lulu
Marillion
Chas ‘N’ Dave
The Zombies
Ukuele Orchestra of Great Britain


The Uncut Stage

Friday 15th July
Hothouse Flowers
Richmond Fontaine
Twelve Sullivans
Big Wednesday
Claire Toomey
Boo Hewerdine

Saturday 16th July
Thunder
Ralph Myerz and the Jack Herren Band
Blue Rodeo
Nerina Pallot
Jorane
Nizlopi
The Yards
Song Dog
Epuldugger
United Stoats of America
Intervurt
The Roosters

Sunday 17th July
Hayseed Dixie
Dreadzone
Willard Grant Conspiracy
Space Ritual
Martha Tilston
Nautical Theme
Alistair Cowan
Richard John Thompson
Who Will Miss Mary?
Nigel Clarke (ex Dodgy)

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

Peter Gabriel, Michael Stipe, The Flaming Lips, Tim Buckley, David Bowie, Archie Shepp, Jonathan Richman, Mary Chapin Carpenter and The Rolling Stones
Advertisement

Features

Advertisement