Hot, hot Saturday saw live music, fine food and great fun being had by crowds flocking to The Paddock Field in the centre of historic Lewes.
Starfish Youth Music and Starfish Studios, sponsored by Union Music Store, hosted Starfish in the Park 2014, their free acoustic music festival featuring 20 Starfish Youth bands, the fab Folky Fish and ex-Starfishers Chippy Mobbs, Elsa Hewitt, Zoe Williams and Alex Hazle.
To spice the mix, Union Music bands, Self Help Group and Lucas and King, enthralled the crowd and the line-up also saw the debut performance of Adult Starfish ‘Band A’ formed five weeks previously.
One of the organisers said: “Let’s have a great big hand for all the youth bands, playing their own music to a big crowd on a beautiful day. Your performances, talent and creativity inspired us all.”
Anyone interested in getting involved in live music, performance or studio recording, please call Starfish on 01273 933416 or 07876 037542. Visit www.starfishlewes.co.uk and www.starfish-studios.co.uk
Saturday’s performers were: Bob, Noah, Jude and Jake; Plastic Lies; Point Taken; The Procrastinators; Back To Front; The Magpies; Blinkenlights; Elsa Hewitt; Psychedelphia; Folkyfish Ceilidh; Adult Starfish ‘Band A’; Zoe Williams and Alex Hayle; TC Drum Club; Laines; Union Music Label band, The Self Help Group; The Wooden Strings; Front Room; Band from Nowhere; Sam Francis; Andreas Long and Friends; Chippy Mobbs; Union Music Label band Lucas and King; Carpet on the Walls; Calpol Killed My Uncle; and some of the Jamie Freeman Experience, namely Jamie and Emma Lewis.