Well Saturday night must go down in historic terms for Bushys as the crowd were
unbelievable.At times you had to queue for 20mins just to get in!
Here is a Gary Weightman photo form the top of the Zipline tower!
12.00-3.00pm on the Carole Nash Main Stage
of sorts on their kits.Plenty of buckets about for donations to
An interesting penalty shoot out between a visiting Royal Navy team
against a local Army volunteer team!
are back for an hour of classics served by a large local choir.
Bushys has kindly donated £150 to Parkinsons IOM and will
be handing over the donation at the beginning of their set.
Early Slot 7.30-9.30pm
They are a quality rock pop and indie covers band,
are honoured to return to the Bushy’s stage for the third year rocking!
Ian (Lungs), Maric (Lead), and Matt (L’Drums) are pleased to welcome
Mike Jelski (of Ed Force One and Jesters Dead) on Bass, and Steve Leach
(of every other band on the Isle of Man) on Drums into the band. 995 pride
themselves on playing quality music that you know, and quality music you
may not know, with something for everyone and great selection of tracks
from the 60s to now so come on down and enjoy the music.”
Late Slot 10-11.55pm
ED FORCE ONE
the tightest and most authentic cover versions of the mighty Iron Maiden.
Formed a number of years ago with Mike Jelski on lead vocals,Dick Raine
offers aa hefty bass back up whilst Phil Hatton and Kev Cleator offer fine
guitar duelling and everpresent Steve LEach backs up the band solidly
with his kit at the rear.Expect all the classic Maiden tracks with passion.
COLAS BEACH STAGE Port Erin
FUGÜE STATE are back on the beach offering a generous
helping of rock and metal classics.Some Jam and Slayer
to keep the ears tingling!