The end of season Beer Festival at Selhurst Park today includes a host of live music from local bands who will be showcasing their talent throughout the day.
Doors open from 12 noon through until 7pm and we will be offering a great choice of beers and ciders and from craft producers from all around the UK plus the additional selection of bottled beers from across the world.
The event will be hosted over all three floors of the Holmesdale Road stand, and in addition to the live performances guests will also be able to keep an eye on the Royal Wedding and FA Cup Final live on the big screen and concourse TVs.
See below the entertainment that will be appearing and the timings so you can plan your day for this popular event.
South London Jazz Orchestra
Lower Holmesdale 12.00-13.45
Consisting of 25-30 members, the SLJO is a group of dedicated musicians from a variety of backgrounds, whose main aim is to promote Big Band jazz in the community and to have as much fun as possible while doing so. Having performed at the beer festival in previous years they are back again by popular demand to perform at this 8th annual beer festival.
South Blue Idles
Lower Holmesdale 14.00-16.00
A new band to the Beer Festival line up, South Blue Idles is a local South London band who play everything form the Beatles, The Police, Led Zeppelin, Kings of Leon and many more.
Lower Holmesdale 16.15-16.45
We are so excited to welcome one of our own this year to the Beer Festival as Paul McGowan, our Head of Ticketing, swaps his ticketing system for a guitar. He describes himself as acoustic and soulful and we can’t wait to hear what Paul has to play for us as he makes his debut at the event.
Lower Holmesdale 17.15-19.15
Seattle Inc. is a 4 piece grunge rock cover band from Gloucestershire (but don’t let their hometown fool you- one of their member’s Graeme is a Palace Fan through and through). They will rock to the grunge sounds from the 90s playing favourites from Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and more…
The Boston Brew
Upper Holmesdale 12.00-12.45
Another new addition to our line-up this year, The Boston Brew is a local favourite based in SE25 and plays at local venues including the popular Albion. They specialise in Sixties garage rock and have an extensive set of well known classics and forgotten gems.
Upper Holmesdale 13.10-14.50
Lawrence Hill was a newbie last year to the beer festival and is returning again this year. He is a solo guitarist who was on the Voice UK last year and plays upbeat feel good songs and will be performing a variety of covers arranged in a unique way.
Upper Holmesdale 15.10-16.10
We are excited to welcome another new local band this year as Renatta Jane joins us, they are a four-piece band from South East London formed in 2015.
Afraid Of Everything
Upper Holmesdale 16.30-17.10
Afraid of Everything are a 4-piece band with members from various parts of London. Their influences range from the Riot Grrrrl scene to Haim, Arctic Monkeys and Pink Floyd. This has helped create cheerful and high energy pop/punk/alternative music. The band is currently recording new music which will soon be available. The 4 piece group are also working on some surprise covers for the festival itself.
Upper Holmesdale 17.30-19.30
Three Eagles and one Liver bird make up The Rooftops and they’re looking to take the roof off the Holmesdale with some great sounds. Offering old-fashioned rock classics to reworked contemporary numbers, this up-and-coming band will definitely make you Glad All Over, while enjoying your choice of beer.
Dynamix Disco (DJ)
Red and Blue 12.00-14.45
Red and Blue 15.15-17.15
Formerly known as Kocoa Brown, Mahogany Soulz, is back again by popular demand playing soul, funk and groove. jazz, soulful rock and full-on funk.
Tickets still available at £20 from the Main Box Office (9am-5.30pm) and Holmesdale Road Box Office from 12 midday.