Warrington Oktoberfest

Run by the Rotary Club of Warrington

Band List for Oktoberfest 22


Thursday 11th October           Kickback Sundays   (Sponsored by Esquires Coffee, Stockton Heath)

An acoustic duo based in Warrington, they consist of two acoustic guitars, foot percussion plus a vocal harmonising vocoder making Kick Back Sundays visually and sonically unique.
Vocalist Ashleigh Rodier comes with a genuine Australian accent and has a sweet, strong vocal quality that is charming and hypnotising.
Ben Foster is a multi-instrumentalist who performs the duties of drummer, bassist and lead guitar all with one instrument and two percussive pedals, one for each foot. He alone is a performance in himself and highly entertaining to watch.
They have a repertoire wide enough to suit any musical taste.


Friday 12th  October       The Escape Committee  (Sponsored by Beers Timber & Building Supplies Ltd (Liverpool)

Four very talented Blues/rock musicians. Current line-up featuring Pete Frampton not THE one (but who gives him and Eric Clapton a run for their money any day of the week!), supported by George Glover on keyboards (from the Climax Blues band), 10cc’s Drummer-Paul Burgess, Bassist -John Gibson.




Saturday 13th October

Lunchtime Session                  Lazy River Jazz (Sponsored by MKM Building Supplies)

The band's name describes perfectly what is in store for Oktoberfest afternoon fans. Quintessentional traditional jazz with a light-hearted feel. A regular favourite at the festival over the years.


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Warrington Society for Deaf People Signing Choir

This amazing choir has previously wowed festival attendees with their meticulous performances. A favourite of ours who never fail to entertain with their approach to a varied repertoire.

Evening Session                           No Stamp Required (Sponsored by Knight Corporate Finance)

This band needs no further introduction. A Rock/Pop evergreen at the Oktoberfests over the years, This band provides a final night revelry with a sound that covers most of the popular catalogue of music from over the years.