Carnival Sunday, 26th July 2015 sees the Wurzels take the stage, headlining a fun filled day of entertainment for all the family.
Having achieved notoriety when “Twice Daily” was banned by the BBC, The Wurzels gained national success with hits such as “The Combine Harvester”, “I Am A Cider Drinker”, “The Tractor Song” and local fame in Bristol, where their tunes are played by Bristol City FC. The Wurzels have continued to delight with a series of parodies over the years, covering amongst others, Oasis, Pulp, The Stranglers, Catatonia, Tears for Fears and the Kaiser Chiefs.
This unique and much loved band allegedly features the land’s oldest living drummer, John Morgan, from the Forest of Dean. They continue to delight audiences across the country appearing at many festivals, including Glastonbury and Monmouth. We look forward to having them light up the main stage and entertain us with their singular brand of fun filled West Country Music.
The band has kindly offered four festival goers the opportunity to get some insight to Wurzel World before they perform on Sunday evening.
If you want to be one of the lucky four to meet these legends of the West Country, get down to the Monmouth Carnival on Sunday from 12.00 to 15.00 and listen out for details!