2 days packed with music and entertainment
"Well done Heckington - another great show and a fab concert and fireworks last night."
9.00 – 9.45 Charlie Russell
9.45 -10.30 Lincolnshire Vocal Academy
10.30–11 15 Hannah Priestley
11.15—11.45 Lucy Heath
11.45– 12.45 Blighty Belles
12.45. – 1.30 Hannah Priestley
1.30 – 2.15 Lincolnshire Vocal Academy
2.15 – 3.15 Blighty Belles
3.15 – 3.45 Lucy Heath
3.45 - 4.1 Charlie Russell
4.15 – 5.4 Cranberry Flick
9.00- 9.30 Charlie Russell
9.30– 10.00 Hannah Priestley
10.00 – 10.30 Lincolnshire Vocal Academy
10.30 - 11.00 Heckington Methodist Church Service
Florentiner Brass and Lincolnshire Vocal Academy
11.00 – 11.30 Florentiner Brass
11.30 – 12.30 Blighty Belles
12.30 -1.00 Hannah Priestley
1.00 -1.30 Lucy Heath
1.30 – 2.30 Wayland Smithy
2.30 – 3.00 Lincs Fire and Rescue Band
3.00 – 3.30 Lucy Heath
3.30 – 4.00 Horticulture Prize giving
4.00 -4.30 Charlie Russell
4.30 -5.30 Wrinkly Rockers
Saturday and Sunday
Charlie Russell, Hannah Priestley, Lincs Vocal Academy, Blightly Bells, Lucy Heath
Florentiner Brass, Wayland Smithy, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Band, Wrinkly Rockers
Charlie Russell is a solo artist from Lincolnshire who grew up in Heckington . A popular performer at the show he will once again perform at the evening concert as the warm up act to the our Spice Girl tribute - 90s Spice . 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.
After her amazing debut at the Concert Marquee last year Hannah returns for a busy weekend at the Concert Marquee. In addition to this Hannah will also be perform in the Evening Firework 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 and a superb Abba Tribute show this year they be presenting a brand new show featuring songs from Post Modern Jukebox. www.tsavocal.co.uk
Lincolnshires Vocal Academy Choir
The Lincolnshire 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. They rehearse in Lincoln Leasingham and Skegness. www.tsavocal.co.uk
Cranberry Flick make their debut at the show this year headlining Saturday programme. They are a 7-piece jazz, blues and rock ‘n’ roll band, playing music from across the decades in a unique retro style. Not only playing great music to listen and dance to. Cranberry Flick also provide a visual show, incorporating vintage style music stands and props, with vintage costume changes.
Methodist Church Service
This year our act of worship at the Concert Marquee on Sunday morning will include music by Florentiner Brass and the Lincolnshire Vocal Academy Choir conductor Tara Thompson.
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 played with the Cranwell Military Wives Choir when they visited the Menin Gate in Ypres last October.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Band
The Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Band will take time out form their performances in the arena to pop into the Concert Marquee on Sunday at 2.30pm.
Another debut performance as Wayland Smithy Wayland Smithy are a folk-rock to traditional folk band. They were formed in 2018 at the Stables MK. Each member a seasoned multi-instrumentalist from a variety of musical backgrounds. They like to take traditional songs and what has become known as ‘Smithify’ them.
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
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 and Trip Hazard featured in last years John Lewis advert.