IW Festival 09: Kashmir Cafe Returns: Set List

Show your support for local bands at the Kashmir Cafe at IW Festival.

After the success of last year, the Kashmir Cafe returns to the Isle of Wight Festival, offering festival goers the opportunity to sit-down, relax, have something tasty to eat or drink whilst being entertained.

Housed in a beautiful Indian tent with authentic furniture, the Kashmir Cafe will be playing host to a variety of acts from acoustic solo performances to five piece bands – the best in original music from the Island and beyond.

Offering a sanctuary from festival madness the Kashmir Cafe must be sought out by those looking to experience, tasty food, real ale and original music.

Also, this year we will be selling award-wining ales from local brewers, Yates’ Brewery.

Quay Arts Cafe Bar will be serving breakfast and BBQ’s on Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 4:30pm.

Performers – Subject to change – see board at Kashmir Cafe

Thursday 11 Jun
1900 Martin Perry
2000 Penguins have no knees
2100 Graham McCullough and Wobbly Bob
2200 The Chancers
2300 Weatherkings

Friday 12 Jun
1600 David Hughes
1700 Zoe Eady
1800 Dr Jones
1900 Andrea Soler
2000 The Bluebyrds
2100 Highway Chiles
2200 Guy Page Trio
2300 JC and Angelina
2400 Wild Oats
0100 Mick Watson

Saturday 13 Jun
1200Medina High School students
1300 Medina High School students
1400 Martin Perry
1500 Graham McCullough and Wobbly Bob
1600 Holly Kirby
1700 Lou Brown
1800 Alex Roberts
1900 Lucid
2000 Smoke and Mirrors
2100 Weatherkings
2200 The Bluebyrds
2300 Mick Smith and friends
2400 JC and Angelina
0100 Paul Armfield

Sunday 14 Jun
1200 Classical music – Medina High School students
1300 Classical music – Medina High School students
1400 Andrea Soler
1500 Dr Jones
1600 Lou Brown
1700 Alex Roberts
1800 Les Payne
1900 Jamie Griffin
2000 Rory Ellis
2100 Lucid
2200 Smoke and Mirrors
2300 Paul Armfield
2400 Wild Oats

Tuesday, 9th June, 2009 10:53am

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Jackie Hawkins

Well done to Mick Smith for getting the Kashmir Bar a part of this years festival, it very nearly didn’t happen. This is great opportunity for Medina High School kids to get a chance of performing at the festival which they otherwise wouldn’t have had.

Donna

I’m gutted!! I didn’t bother to get a ticket for the festival this year because none of the headliners particularly appealed, but now I’m going to miss out on the chance to see the very talented Holly Kirby and Paul Armfield singing live! Well done to the Quay Arts for getting such a good lineup together.

Trina

A big thankyou to all you guys at kashmir cafe for being so lovely.Camped on my own this year in order to worship Neil Young. Would have been much scarier without the little oasis with all the nice people and really really nice real ale.And not a prodigy fan in sight!Thanks again. You were the second best act this year!!! love Trina xxx

steve s

I, too, loved the Kashmir Cafe and my find of the festival, Alex Roberts, performed a brilliant set there on Sunday afternoon. However, I have a huge gripe.
What’s the point of inviting these brilliant acoustic and semi acoustic artists to perform and then putting them right opposite a REALLY NOISY fairground ride? GRRRR!