THE LOWDEFEST DOME STAGE has been home to some legendary bands like ABC, THE FEELING, FIVE STAR, PAUL YOUNG, RICK PARFITT JNR, TOYAH, SONIA, CLARE GROGAN and 29 FINGERS.
The LF23 line up is going to be bigger than ever with the most incredible range of the countries finest tribute acts paying homage to some of the worlds biggest and best bands and performers.
Over the coming months we will be launching the bands and you can stay up to date with everything that is happening on our instagram, facebook and twitter pages.
With some VERY hot musicians and an over active sense of fun 29 FINGERS know what makes a fabulous night’s enjoyment on the dance floor. Join us on 1st July 2023 when 29 Fingers will take to the stage for a bumper long set of non-stop bangers! Get your dancing shoes on and don't miss this party band at their very very best.
GET READY FOR THE WORLD’S BIGGEST SING-ALONG PARTY AT MASSAOKE® A brilliant live band plays hairbrush anthems from across the decades – accompanied by giant video lyrics – and everyone sings together. MASSAOKE has toured the world from New York to Adelaide and all across Europe, and played to huge crowds at festivals including Glastonbury, Latitude and Edinburgh Fringe. Expect sequins, spandex, rockstar poses and infinite air guitar. All you need to do is BRING THE SING!
One Step Behind is the UK's Premier and longest surviving MADNESS tribute band. Formed in spring 1993, the band achieved widespread recognition in an unusually short time, playing venues the length and breadth of Britain including the Marquee Club in London & the Venue in New Cross. Jaunts into Europe and beyond are also common place. Members of Madness have joined the One Step boys on stage on a number of occasions. Sax player Lee Thompson has played a few times commenting the band were “Tight as a ducks arse” and “Brilliant”. Lee is also quoted as saying that OSB were “single handily keeping the good ship Madness afloat”. Drummer Dan “Woody” Woodgate joined the band on stage for “One Step Beyond” and told the boys he thought they were amazing. "That's exactly what we used to be like - you've got it to a tee!" he said. Fine praise indeed! And he could not believe the keyboard playing used no overdubs and was all being played live! Perhaps the greatest tribute came from Suggs himself. At a gig at G-MEX in Manchester walked up to the microphone and said "By the way, we're MADNESS not One Step Behind!!” The subsequent review in the Melody Maker bared the headline “One Step Behind”. Fine praise indeed!
The Killerz are one of only a few tribute acts to The Killers in the world and pride themselves on the overall likeness to the chart topping band. The music, the look, and the energy the band create will make you feel like you are watching the real thing! You will not find a more accurate interpretation to the award winning band than winners of a National Tribute Music Award!
Performing around the UK and worldwide, the band continues to gather support from their audiences and more impressively The Killers supporters themselves, the Victims. Receiving rave reviews wherever they play and with a string of high profile clients including TV and radio presenter Chris Evans who enlisted the band to perform at his 20,000 capacity Car Fest event in 2017, The Killerz played alongside famous names such as The Happy Mondays, Tom Odell and Busted. Other clients include Butlins, Tribfest, The Forum Music Centre, UK Tribute Festivals and Rock The Park.
Described as being as exciting as the real thing by many fans, The Killerz continue to please followers with a set list of new and old chart hits that includes The Man, Run For Cover, Human and of course Mr Brightside. Visual backdrops, lighting effects and a blast of Killer confetti add to the magic the band provide for each and every show.
With a true passion and love of what they play The Killerz are bringing the Las Vegas superstars to LF23!
A true celebration of the music of ColdPlay....this incredible tribute band are bringing the sound of one of the world's biggest and most loved bands to the LF Dome Stage.