Proms on the Pitch at The Aquatherm Stadium Ground (Faversham)
LIMITED TICKETS DUE TO RESTRICTED AUDIENCE NUMBERS!
A socially distanced evening of live music featuring Miss Kiddy and the Cads with support from Trio Manor Manouche and Daddy Beats Vintage DJ!
Bring your picnic blanket or your camping chairs and set yourself up for a safe socially distanced evening of top quality live vintage inspired music. Outdoor licensed Bar and food available from our burger van and vintage pizza van.
Gates open at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm and finishes at 9pm. Vintage DJ until 10pm. Gates close 10.30pm
STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL OR GLASS BOTTLES TO BE BROUGHT ON SITE
BRING AN UMBRELLA - NO BAD WEATHER CANCELLATION!
GETTING TO THE GROUND:
less than 10 mins walk from Faversham train station (see map in pictures)
Tickets in advance ONLY (due to Covid security)
Adult: £15 + booking fee
Child (age 12 and under): £10 + booking fee
Family (2 x adults and 2 x child tickets): £45 + booking fee
Miss Kiddy and the Cads:
“If you like 1940’s Hollywood mixed with Bowie and Beyonce... try Miss Kiddy for size” - The Metro
As seen on ITV’s This Morning and Loose Women, Miss Kiddy and the Cads is a unique and extraordinary show for the most discerning and style conscious of audiences. Miss Kiddy turns back the clock on every performance to a time of style and sass.. expect all the best pop hits - from Bowie to Beyonce - with a vintage make over; swinging beats and toe-tapping finesse!
The show features a virtuosic 5 piece banD made up of some of London’s top musicians with credits including Caro Emerald, Emeli Sande and Joss Stone, and also features a stunning tap dancer ‘Lil Missy'. Performing all over the world from London and Yorkshire to India and Thailand, the Miss Kiddy show has been a huge hit since forming in 2016 and has sold out audiences at venues such as Leicester Square Theatre, Pizza Express, Soho and Crazy Coq’s as well as performing around the country for festivals such as Underbelly Festival, Southbank, opening the main stage at Camp Bestival and Henley Music Festival. Miss Kiddy ad the Cads launched their debut album Vintage Dirtbag on 1st March 2020 at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club.
Trio Manor Manouche:
A gypsy swing trio comprising of two guitars and double bass, specialising in the Django Reinhardt Hot Club style.
A Style reminiscent of Smokey jazz hangout in Paris of years gone by.
Foot tapping smile inducing tunes to while away the day. Ooh La La!
Jonny Hepbir: Guitar
Thomas Abrahams: Guitar
Jarrod Coombes: Double Bass
DJ Daddy Beats:
Daddy Beats has been banging the drums for Miss Kiddy + the Cads for some time now; bartender, bookmaker, bootlegging getaway driver.... there ain't no man who can hit at beat like Daddy Beats! And now he brings his secret vintage inspired record collection, curated over forty years and lovingly preserved like a fine wine.