In addition to the fantastic bands we’ve got lined up each day, festival goers will plenty to keep them busy with the delights of our family fun farm attraction with its friendly animals, Maize Maze and children’s craft activities on site.
When you’re done having fun in the great outdoors, though there’s the serious business of music – check out the full line-up for each day below:
Born out of a love for sludgy 90’s guitar riffs, Weezer, Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains, The Taskers still showcase these influences in the band’s sound. But the introduction of piano, cello and violin has given a chance to experiment with everything from acoustic folk to drum machine driven house. They’re back, and now there’s three of them!
This worthy tribute to one of the legendary figures of Rock history recreates that the classic songs, the musicianship, and incredible live shows of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. Expect classics like Free Falling, Refugee, Into The Great Wide Open, American Girl, Don't Come Around Here No More, Mary Jane's Last Dance, I Won't Back Down, Running Down A Dream, Learning To Fly and many more…
Madcap acoustic covers from four men and a supporting cast of rubber ducks and soft toys. From Skiffle and Folk to Pop and Rock via Punk and Rock 'n' Roll, Lost The Plot cover anything and everything that can be stripped down and belted out with energy, enthusiasm and more than a fair share of audience participation.
The UK's first and some say the world’s most authentic Fleetwood Mac Tribute Show, Fleetwood Bac replicate a full Fleetwood Mac show as they were back in the 70′s & 80′s. The look, the sound, the mystical atmosphere and that infamous on-stage chemistry all are portrayed with the passion, energy and respect that got them the ultimate seal of approval from Mick ‘Big Daddy’ Fleetwood. Now see for yourself if the ‘Rumours’ are true…
Hailing from just down the road in Wolverhampton, this four-piece indie rock outfit proved their worth as winners of the 2015 BRIT Award for The Next Big Thing Music Project when they rocked their socks off at last year’s MONMF. These are definitely ones to watch…
The UK's newest country band, with influences that include everyone from The Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd & The Eagles up to Zac Brown, Little Big Town & Blake Shelton, recently reached number 4 in the Country charts. Catch them now!
Somerset’s finest blues / rock band The Blue Horizon repertoire covers artists such as Cream / Eric Clapton, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, Rory Gallagher, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and too many more to mention - as well as old blues classics from the greats.
Back for 2017 with an upright bass, two old guitars and a bucketful of aching harmony, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band are preaching ‘Country Blues' like you never heard. Hailed by critics for “breathing fresh life” into the UK country scene, this terrific trio utilise their acoustic sound to give a truly unique live performance.
This West Midland’s-based Led Zeppelin tribute band pride themselves on being a 'soundalike' rather than a 'lookalike’ act. The result is a sound hard to believe can be created by a three piece. If you really care about hearing the music of Led Zeppelin played properly, this is the band for you! http://www.thezeppelin3.co.uk/
Described by legendary music journalist Mick Wall as “Easily the best Thin Lizzy Tribute act going” this four piece outfit faithfully recreates the energy and power of one of the greatest live bands of all time! Expect a high energy, action-packed performance drawing on repertoire of over 50 songs that include Thin Lizzy’s biggest hits. http://www.blackrosethinlizzy.co.uk/
Since winning Acoustic magazine’s 2010 Singer Songwriter of the year, Bristol based Gaz Brookfield has spent his time on the road, touring the UK and Europe.
In this time he has shared the stage with the likes of The Levellers, Frank Turner, New Model Army, Nick Harper, Newton Faulkner, Seth Lakeman and many more, racking up over 1000 gigs to date.
Take a trip back to the Glam Rock heyday with Glam 45! Combining renditions of classic 70s Glam tunes with original 70s Glam Rock outfits and modern reproductions of classic 70s Glam Rock styles you’ll hear tracks from the genre’s greats - including Sweet, Marc Bolan, T-Rex, David Bowie, Mott the Hoople, The Glitter Band, Roxy Music, Suzi Quatro, The Arrows, Abba, Alvin Stardust, Mud, Showaddywaddy…
A singer-songwriter from the Birmingham area, Jake Henry will bring his soulful vocals and effortless piano blues to the Middle of Nowhere stage…
Details coming soon, watch this space!
Bringing ‘Three Chords and a Cloud of Dust’ to the MONMF stage Sunday’s headliners have serious country-rock credentials. Frontman Dan Baird – an original member of The Georgia Satellites – is joined by fellow ex Satellite Mauro Magellan on drums, ex Bonafide bassist Micke Björk, guitarist and founder member of Jason & The Scorchers, Warner E. Hodges.
Recently described by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the most ferocious live bands around, these guys are a must-see!
Legends in their own festival, the Middle of Nowhere Jam Band always gets the crowd baying for more. Last year, so much fun was had on stage that Saturday headliners Skinny Molly decided to hang around and join the Jam Band line-up on Sunday. You won’t see this collective anywhere else – and who knows what surprises 2017 will bring!