Kiss Like Ether

We all love the 80’s right, well these guys know how to transform us right to that period with their melting pot of 80’s pop,electronica, steampunk and a touch of Goth thrown in. Please welcome for the first time at A Splendid Day Out, Kiss Like Ether.

Ukulele Jukebox

These guys went down so well in October that we have invited them back, this time on our free outdoor Main Stage. Be prepared for a good old sing along and knees up to well known songs with Ukulele Jukebox.

Alice’s Night Circus

The beautiful and talented Alice’s night Circus will be joining us at A Splendid Day Out, to take you all on a musical journey down the rabbit hole.
You can find her on the Main Stage Sat 2nd June 2018 Morecambe Promenade. No tickets required this is a free event.

Victor & The Bully

What would A Splendid Day Out be without the boys. Well do not fear, Victor & The Bully will be returning to their Steampunk roots and playing on the live daytime stage Morecambe promenade, on Sat 2nd June. No tickets required this is a free event


Dead of Night

Our final act for A Splendid Day Out’s Masquerade Ball Sat 2nd June 2018, Is back by popular demand. They were a sell out last year so don’t miss getting your tickets this year, with their new album due to be released in spring, Please welcome Dead of Night.

Aldous Pinch

Next up at A Splendid Day Out’s Masquerade Ball sat 2nd June 2018 is Aldous Pinch.
A teller of tales and keeper of all secrets. His shady past and dubious future have intrigued Many. He rocked the place in October and will bring the house down in June

Biscuithead and the Biscuit Badgers

First in our line up of guest artistes for the Masquerade Ball on Sat 2nd June 2018, is Biscuithead & the Biscuit Badgers. This band of riotously odd, jolly and engaging, but parculiar too. there’s a calypso about land of the hermit crabs,a celebration of David Attenborough, a lament at the passing of dinosaurs.

Buffo’s Wake

Buffo’s Wake are a twelve-legged beast hatched in the murky backwater of Brighton, UK. Armed with accordions, violins and a bucket full of gusto they waltz, tango, mosh and kolo their way through various influences from Eastern European, Balkan and Russian folk, to punk rock and cabaret, telling tales of debauchery, deformity, zombies, incest and anatomy and making the audience dance into the night in the process.

Andrew O’Neill

Well known comedian Andrew O’Neil, star of Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and lead guitarist from TMTWNBBFN will be joining us centre stage with his Black Magic Fun Hour on Friday 1st June 2018.