11th & 12th June 2022
Where musicians' names are asterisked and highlighted in blue, click on the links to go to the relevant pages, where there will be more information about them.
Jazz, blues & '30s tunes on fingerstyle acoustic guitar. Rosemount & Hacketts.
A popular soul band from Brighton, regulars at the Henfield Haven.
Organist, playing at St. Peter's Church.
Diana & Wolfie*
Country favourites and songs from the Western Swing songbook. Red Oaks.
A Lewes-based quartet playing early English folk & traditional music. Free Church.
Richard & Gwen Fermer
Classical guitar and saxophone. 62 Furners Mead.
Linda J. Gale - Actalina Kimai
Kimai - spiritual Japanese dancing in kimono. St. Peter's Church, Henfield Hall garden, Corpus Christi Church, Red Oaks.
Grace Harbour (band)
Country/Indie style music - a mix of original songs and covers. Three Oaks.
Henfield Ukulele Group
A home-grown uke band play oldies & new ones. St. Peter's Church.
Original songs and traditional folk material from a father & son duo. Hacketts.
No Strings Attached*
A 5-piece a-capella contemporary group from Sussex. Henfield Haven.
Patcham Silver Youth Band*
Talented young musicians from Patcham. Staples Barn House.
Pyecombe Village Choir*
Festival regulars singing popular favourites. Free Church, Old Mill House.
A country band from the badlands of the Surrey foothills. Red Oaks.
The Rude Mechanicals*
Multi-instrumental group playing traditional tunes from Britain & Europe. Hacketts.
Singing a repertoire from the '20s to the '90s, crossing musical genres. Red Oaks.
Sevillianas Flamenco dance display
Watch the dancing or join in the fun. Staples Barn House.
St. Peter's Primary School Choir
Songs from the children of St. Peter's Primary School. St. Peter's School.
A talented young classical violin player from Brighton. Meadow Corner.
Accordion, guitar, harmonica and vocals from Laurie Tubb & friends. Red Oaks.
The Sundown Ukulele Band*
Popular tunes from all periods from this ukulele group. Henfield Haven.
The Sussex Folk Orchestra*
10-15 musicians playing a wide variety of traditional music from Europe. Red Oaks.
The Sussex Waits*
Early music on period instruments from this quartet of instrumentalists. Free Church.
Organ recital. Corpus Christi Church.
Unreel Ceilidh Band*
Caller Tony Dunn and the rocking Unreel Ceilidh Band will finish the Festival with a barn dance on the lawn at Red Oaks on Sunday.