Maidstone Vegan Festival hosts some of the most talented live performers in Kent: including rock, pop, jazz, blues and dance acts.
If you are a vegan or vegetarian performer, and would be interested in playing our 2017 festival, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 2016 acts included:
11.00am – 11.25am: Jules Madjar and Paul Terry
Jules and Paul combine many genres into a mesmerising, sensual blend of original instrumental soundscapes.
11.35am – 12.00pm: Rea Qunta
Rea plays piano and has a beautiful voice singing pop songs with a rich bluesy overtone.
12.15pm – 12.45pm: Lilith Ai
Lilith is a singer-songwriter who plays guitar and hails from Northeast London. She brings a gutsy, rebellious freshness inspired by the riot grrrls of the nineties.
1.00pm – 2.00pm: Rudy Warman and The Heavy Weather
This talented family band of father and sons create a unique blend of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country, Folk and Blues. They are very well-known in the South-East having performed at countless gigs in venues all around Kent, and having performed live on BBC Radio Kent earlier this year.
2.15pm – 2.45pm: Jacqline
Jacqline is a young rising pop-star from Sweden! Her music is full of pop with uplifting blissful beats with dance and reggae influences. Her voice is smooth and light and she is a talented dancer too.
3.00pm – 3.25pm: Spyplane
Spylane are an Originals Doomfolk/Jazzy/Blues/Rock band playing venues and festivals around the south east, they love writing songs and it makes them happy to know people like listening to them.
3.35pm – 4.00pm: Pete Hicks
Pete Hicks has an international reputation and is probably best remembered for his vocals with ex-Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett and also Nick Magnus. He is also one half of the popular Americana duo, Cadbury-Hicks.