2 days packed with music and entertainment
"Well done Heckington - another great show and a fab concert and fireworks last night."
Charlie Russell is a solo artist from Lincolnshire who grew up in Heckington . A popular performer at the show he will open our Firework Concert again this year . He has written and released multiple albums and singles, available on all major streaming platforms now, as well as receiving numerous plays on BBC Introducing Lincolnshire. Charlie has new album coming out in August 2022.
Hannah is making her debut at the Show this year. She is a local girl who is studying performing arts in London and is returning to join us at the Concert Marquee sharing some of her favourite songs.
The Blighty Belles return the show for the weekend with their authentic costumes wonderful harmonies and great songs. Although they are renown for their performances of songs from the wartime era they will also present songs from the 50’s 60,s and 70,s. www.tsavocal.co.uk
Since reaching the final of Britain's Got Talent in 2016, Lucy Heath and her talented pup Trip Hazard have gone on to achieve incredible things. From appearing on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show to starring in crime series Pennyworth and training dogs for Bridgerton. Lucy is a talented dog trainer who enjoys coming to Heckington Show she has eight Dogs and Trip featured in last years John Lewis advert.
Lincolnshire Vocal Academy Choir
The Vocal Academy Choir under the music direction of Tara of the Blighty Belles are an enthusiastic energetic friendly Choir who have performed across the County at major events.
Sarah Poole and Dave Monks
Sarah makes a long-awaited return to the Show with Dave Monks - Expect a mix of cool blues, hot jazz and classic country alongside toe-tapping gospels and tasteful originals from this popular duo from the Midlands."
The Wrinkly Rockers
The Wrinkly Rockers are a hugely popular Lincolnshire UK based band, shaped to produce an evening of 50s, 60s, and some 70s, musical nostalgia with a party feel. They will be headlining on Saturday at the Concert Marquee
Florentiner Brass – local Brass Quintet
Florentiner Brass are a local Brass Quintet who deliver a high-class repertoire of all genres of music to suit all tastes. The group will be accompanying the Military Wives Choir when they visit the Menin Gate in Ypres later in the year.
The Rye Sisters
Local, Lincolnshire-based artists The Rye Sisters (Ishani Siriwardena and Sue Pomeroy) are an Americana and folk-country duo who create beautifully blended vocal harmonies alongside guitar and fiddle. Playing a mix of upbeat, warm-hearted numbers and haunting ballads, they pull from broadly American influences James Taylor, Buddy and Julie Miller and perform originals including ‘song-for-Lincolnshire’ winner ‘White Mercury’. Playing together for the past seven years, they are not only bandmates but the absolute best of friends.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary with an appearance at Heckington Show under the direction of Anthony Baldry. Heckington Singers are a community based singing group open to all ages and abilities who enjoy the fun of singing in a local community group. There are about 45 members, ranging from experienced singers to absolute beginners. The group. rehearse for an hour once a week on a Monday evening in Great Hale Village Hall.
Making their first appearance at the show are a new band who got together either by mutual acquaintance or through “join my band”. All seasoned musicians who have played in many bands previously . They started gigging seriously only this year. Fair Warning are Jon Black from Sleaford on guitars, Martin Johnson from Boston on bass, Simon Tyler from Grantham on keyboards and Paul Conyers from Heckington on drums