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Academy of Music and Sound – RESPECT Open Mic Sessions @ Aretha Franklyn Area
The Academy of Music and Sound are thrilled to support Respect Festival 2019 by hosting Open Mic sessions and student showcase opportunities.
The Open Mic sessions are for budding music and spoken word enthusiasts of any age, who want to perform as part of this fabulous festival.
Available slots will be between 10 -30 minutes. Material performed must be in keeping with the ethos of the Respect festival and suitable for a family audience. Original material is warmly encouraged.
The stage area will be suitable for semi-acoustic type performances (no drum kit) of up to 5 performers at a time.
Equipment provided: Vocal mics and PA system, bass amp, 2 guitar amps, music stand. Please bring your own instruments.
To book your slot, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or ‘phone 01392 427874.
Carry on the celebrations and join us after the Respect Festival at Belmont Park at our After Show Party at Exeter Phoenix on Saturday 8th June. With a chance to meet Asanda Jezile from 7pm, the acts start at 8pm and feature Asanda as well as Revelation Roots, Love Community, DJ John Sealley and Waz.
Our Sunday headiners are RSVP Bhangra
Veterans of Glastonbury, WOMAD and Boomtown – just a few of the festivals in the UK that the band performs at regularly – and of Feest in ‘t Park in Belgium, Kulturekosmos in Germany and Pennabilli in Italy, RSVP Bhangra has developed a high-energy, interactive and fun Bhangra music experience that is guaranteed to really rock the crowd and keep them dancing all night. Performing everywhere from countryside village halls to large theatres in the UK and at massive festivals in Europe, RSVP Bhangra’s unique blending of Punjabi Indian music with dance beats and mainstream pop has created a new and irresistible sound that audiences everywhere love and keep on coming back for. Is it Dildar’s mellifluous voice and charismatic stage-presence, Judge’s deliciously engaging interactive involvement with the audience or perhaps Jeevan’s insistent dhol drumbeats – or even Cris and Puggy’s sharp rhythmic underscore that does it? Who knows? The resulting effect, however achieved, is immediately involving, compulsive and extremely addictive! Find out more here.
Exeter Respect Festival 2019 Saturday headliners confirmed!
On Saturday we are delighted to host South African Cultural Talents UK – SACT.
The South African Cultural Gospel Choir UK is a unique organisation which is formed by the most talented and professional African artists or musicians based in the United Kingdom and community. South African Cultural Gospel Choir UK has a full membered choir of 20 singers,which has toured and performed all over UK and abroad,singing in different african languages, acapella, classical and traditional gospel songs with a 7 piece band as well as energetic Zulu dance that brings exitement and tells a story.Find out more here.
A programming team listens to music from all the bands and individual musicians who apply to perform at the festival, and final decisions are made using a “best fit” approach. The criteria we follow is:
- To only feature artists who have not performed the previous year and/or a number of times over previous years
- To prioritise artists based in Devon – and particularly Exeter
- To prioritise artists performing original material
- To increase the generic diversity of the music on offer
- To allow more opportunities for young people to perform
- To attempt to achieve a fair balance of performers across ethnic minorities; gender; age; and musical genre.
If you would like to apply to perform please fill out this form.
Local small businesses and charities sell goods from around the world, many supporting a range of international good causes at the festival. Belmont park’s central avenue of trees and the play area became an international market, with people browsing and shopping. We encourage local traders to participate and promote their goods.
We carefully managed which traders are on site in order to create a balance between commercial traders and charitable causes.
If you would like to apply to attend the next Exeter Respect Festival as a stall holder or charity, please visit our stall holder contact page and speak to us.
Exeter Respect is powered by an army of volunteers. From the Executive Group members overseeing everything, to specialist roles like stage management, fund-raising to general help with stewarding, loading in, car parking and litter-picking, this event simply would not happen without volunteer power!
It’s already time for us to start looking for people interested in joining us as volunteers again for the 2019 Festival on 8th and 9th June 2019.
To volunteer with us please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator, either email email@example.com or use our contact form.