Main Stage Line-up


covers band

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Encompassing a span of several decades, the band like to play a similarly wide range of musical styles. Mersey-beat, 60's Pop, Synth Pop, Brit Pop, Heavy Rock, Glam Rock, Stadium Rock, Alt Rock, Art Rock, Hair Rock, Blues Rock and Funk Rock. They rocked Claytonbury 2018!


Thomas Piner

Acoustic artist

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Tom Piner is a singer songwriter playing alternative folk music based in Salisbury. He's played gigs and festivals in Salisbury, Bath, Bristol and throughout the South West. He opened the second stage at Claytonbury last year and we are delighted to be welcoming him back having just released his first single.


covers band


The party band Mirroball has been around for over 10 years in a number of different formats with 3 of the original members still in the band.  They pride themselves on being a cover band that play cover songs with a difference.  The musicians in Mirrorball are all hugely talented performers, whose love and enthusiasm for playing together is obvious from their entertaining performances.


Ben Homan

Vocalist and guitarist from The Ha’pennies

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Vocalist and guitarist from The Ha’pennies, a budding indie band sensation currently being played on Kerrang Radio and other radio stations with their new EP ‘Fill Your Boots’. 

The Ha’pennies music contains elements of acoustic, rock and pop with a bluesy undertone. 

Ben will be playing bangers from their current set and covers to get you dancing!

Lost Property

eclectic 8-piece band

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Lost Property are a group misfits found in the Clayton’s Lost Property Office looking for an opportunity to play music. We are an 8 Piece (5 Vocals) band of local parents, friends and relations...including everything from Pro Musicians to first time Karoke stars...

They play an eclectic mix of great songs, crossing many genres and many decades.. from Post Punk to Soulful and Rock classics.. the defining link - They love them!! Songs that have meant something special to all of them and this festival is a chance to share them and the joy of playing them with you.


It was lovely to see so many happy faces of all ages, but particularly the youngsters, engaged in so many activities all over and around the field. I arrived near the end, but the place was still throbbing.
— Chris Baron