Looking for a festival theme for your event? Whether it be a wedding, village party or beer festival, we have three self contained, ready programmed, multi-act music festival packages, using the varied and eclectic Eclectric Music acts, and some highly professional original music acts, perfect for keeping the party going all night long! You bring the beer, we'll bring the music. Simples! We've never seen this offer anywhere else, so let us know if you have any questions.

Our Micro Festivals

Micro Festivals

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Duofields

"DJ" Band Duo

Acoustic Duo

False Colours

Two and a half hours of live music, three completely different acts performed by two people! Duofields comprises a half an hour set by award winning original jangle folk act False Colours (as heard on BBC introducing- scroll down to find out more about them!), a one hour set from Eclectric Acoustic Duo, with the big finish provided by the "DJ" Band duo, with optional DJ set available. We've never seen anything like this!

£625

Plus our travel and expenses.

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Acoustock

Jolly Polly and the Pirates

Acoustic Duo

False Colours

Plus one more original act

Three hours of live acoustic-ish music, Acoustock is four completely different acts performed by Eclectric Music with a little help from their friends! The festival programme comprises a half an hour set by award winning original jangle folk act False Colours (scroll down to find out more!), a half an hour original set from a mystery act- normally James Morgan (acoustic pirate folk-punk) or Dom Mackie (traditional folk tunes acoustic), and a one hour set from Eclectric Acoustic Duo. The Acoustock headliners? It's Jolly Polly and the Pirates Wedding and Party Band with an acoustic set. If you want the party to continue into the night, there's an optional DJ set available.

£900 

Plus our travel and expenses.

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Eclectritude

Jolly Polly and the pirates

 "DJ" BAND DUO

 FALSE COLOURS

PLUS ONE MORE ORIGINAL MUSIC ACT

Three hours of live music with our two loudest, highest energy Eclectric cover band acts combined with two high quality original music acts to get the party going!  The festival programme comprises a half an hour set by award winning original jangle folk act False Colours (as heard on BBC introducing- scroll down to find out more about them!), a half an hour original set from a mystery act- normally James Morgan (a fantastic acoustic pirate folk-punk songwriter of the highest degree) or Dom Mackie (traditional acoustic folk tunes performed by a virtuoso guitarist), followed by a one hour set from the Eclectric "DJ" Band Duo. The Eclectritude festival evening is rounded off in style with a full on Jolly Polly and the Pirates Wedding and Party Band set. Again, if you want the party to continue into the night, there's an optional DJ set available.

£900

Plus our travel and expenses.

All festival packages include the following 

- Full PA system

- Full lighting rig

- Background music between sets

- Recorded first dance provided

(weddings only)

- Announcements handled

- No requirement for food and drink for the band

We always require access to at least two mains power plug sockets.

If the festival takes place outside we must perform under 3x3 metres of cover in case of inclement weather. At the moment we do not supply this.

Can't see exactly what you want? We offer endless and limitless combinations with some hugely talented and varied acts. Get in touch to discuss the specific requirements for your festival. We can make it happen!

Email us at eclectricmusic@outlook.com

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All of our micro festivals feature our original act 'False Colours' who are also available for booking should you be interested in original jangle folk.

For False Colours enquiries, e-mail David&Polly here: falsecolours@outlook.com

Award-winning British male/female indie-folk duo ‘False Colours’ bring a refreshing blend of honesty, professionalism and playful self-deprecation to the stage as they perform their unique and intricate style of ‘happy/sad, rhythmic, jangle indie folk music.’

 

Their inventive and ear worm-inducing songwriting combines traditional open and fresh sounding folk style tunes, with a tenor guitar sound which is reminiscent of 1960’s jangle pop -which David plays both rhythmically and melodically, at the same time as providing a percussive drive via a foot pedal cajon. When combined with Polly’s warm and characterful basslines and the never ending vocal harmonies in their interesting but well blended singing styles, the thoughtful lyrics come to life with an original, unexpected sound that is sure to captivate, welcome, divert and uplift the listener.

“I think this is my top song for 2018 [Make Yourself a Sandwich] ... I spent a good two hours yesterday just watching everything  [False Colours content] online and listening to the EP and I’m a fan! I love folk music and feel like this is great. These are great artists and I’m all in!”

Angelle Joseph, Presenter, BBC Introducing in Suffolk (speaking live on air on the Boxing Day Special 2018)

The duo began performing together in 2018 and in their first couple of months were booked to perform at the coveted FolkEast Festival. Being determined not to pass up the opportunity to make a good impression, they recorded, mixed and mastered their first EP ‘Here’s Something’ live in one day and released it that summer. This EP came to the attention of BBC Introducing and has received regular airplay since -as well as becoming a popular hit for listeners of Cambridge 105 Radio, where the title track ‘Here’s Something’ held a position in the Unsigned Chart for twenty weeks.

 

2019 saw False Colours support Miranda Sykes (Show of Hands) as well as being rebooked for FolkEast in another full summer programme of festivals.

 

“Unique and captivating.”

Amy Wragg, Get on the Soapbox

Have a look at their website here!