Welcome to the home of the Summer's End Festival - the UK's longest-running Progressive Rock festival.
The 2015 edition of Summer's End will take place on October 2nd - 4th
at The Drill Hall, Lower Church St, Chepstow.
Many thanks to all the intrepid souls who bought the "Leap of Faith" tickets - your support is very much appreciated!
Hero, Sponsor and Weekend tickets are now available HERE
The venue is well located, a short distance from the Town Centre and close to banks of the River Wye, and in "feel" is similar to our old home of Lydney Town Hall, guaranteeing that unique "Summers End" atmosphere.
So, this is the start of the very exciting 2015 line-up ...
The Scottish legends are returning to live work after a short hiatus to work on their excellent new album Wearewho weare, so we are delighted to welcome them back to the festival after their headline appearance in2008. Was it really that long ago?
from the USA, 3rDegree will be making their first festival appearance outside North America. Currently completing their fifth album, they are best known for their superb, critically-acclaimed 2012 album The Long Division.
Introitus from Sweden mix traditional neo-progressive rock with elements of folk and metal in a formula that has produced 3 superb album to date, including last year's Anima. The band is a family affair, led by keyboardist Mats Bender, his wife vocalist Anna and also includes two of their children!
London band will be continuing their growing reputation as a live band in 2015 following their 2006 debut Awake and Dreaming and last year's long-awaited follow up Land of Shadows , which saw them tour for the first time as a fully fledged 5 piece.
The Fierce and the Dead
quartet, led by the extraordinarily talented Matt Stevens, are building a strong reputation for their powerful instrumental music. "Somewhere between Afrobeat and Robert Fripp" said Rock-a-rolla magazine and who are we to argue?
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY!
The Summer's End Festival 2014 would like to offer sincere thanks to army of people who have helped to make the festival happen, including
Guy Manning, Howard Sinclair, Alex White, Simon Rogers, Jim Murdoch and Hugh Jones for very generously lending us instuments and equipment.
Special thanks to Chris and the team at Headstock (Ibanez UK distribution), JRS Lighting, Lydney Music School and the guys at Protech.