The Lancashire Hotpots are much-loved in this part of the world, and they’ll kick off a Sunday dinner of sorts on the Main Stage. If you’ve seen them before, you’ll know, if you haven’t, please do! Lethal Bizzle and Nothing But Thieves give you a contrast in genre for Sunday afternoon before the well-followed Slaves ‘Cheer Up London’ with their aggressive sound. An afternoon that’s broad in genre continues with Seasick Steve, another returning artist that is internationally recognised. He’s a great festival voice and if his last appearance is anything to go by he’ll put a smile on your face and whether it’s up close and personal or on the hill you’ll enjoy his tones. Another popular fella when it comes to festivals is Frank Turner, he and his Sleeping Souls are on before final headliner Tinie Tempah takes to the Main Stage. Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu, better known by his stage name, rose to fame with 2010 release ‘Disc-Overy’ which features singles ‘Pass Out’, ‘Frisky’ and ‘Written In The Stars’. At the same time, Wirral band The Coral will headline Calling Out with tunes such as ‘In The Morning’ and ‘Dreaming Of You’. I mean, it’s up to you, but. Elsewhere on Sunday night, My New Leng are on in Glow as they return to the festival.
Sunday’s Tim Peaks lineup features the most exciting secret set of the festival. You’ll want to see this one, so get to Tim Peaks around tea time. Following that, heart-throb Nico Mirallegro (he is good looking to be fair) has a DJ set as the clock ticks to Monday morning.
In the House Party, Thomas Turgoose and Gadget from This is England will play their favourite tunes, and the Boon Army with join Clint Boon after the headliners. At the same time, Frank Turner will be in the Jaegerhaus.
Come back to have a look at TGF’s Kendal Calling review in a couple of days! Enjoy the last day…