Live music every day!

Monday 22nd – Saturday 27th June 2020

This year, we are thrilled to have live music EVERY single day of the festival. At the bar, and during the Victory Party in the Spiegeltent on Saturday evening, we have no less than four different musical acts to entertain and take you on a trip down memory lane from the Jazz Age of the twenties to the disco age of the 1970s.

Image by Martin Cook


Are you ready to be transported back to the 1920’s, an era of speakeasies, prohibition and feather boas?

Guaranteed to have you shaking your tassels, with their ragtime take on some of today’s chart hits, Trip For Biscuits is a Postmodern Jukebox-inspired party band based in Bristol and available all over the South West and UK.

Trip for Biscuits will be performing at the Chalke Valley History Festival on Thursday 25th June.


Step back in time, and get your dancing shoes on, as singing trio Blush takes you on a trip down memory lane.

From the big band sounds of the 40s, and the rock and roll hits of the 50s, through to the disco party mix of the 70s, Blush will entertain, delight and amaze with their tribute to days gone by. So, dust off your kitten heels, shake out that polka dot dress, and dig out those bell bottom jeans, because it’s time to party like a Super Trouper!

Blush will be performing at the Chalke Valley History Festival Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.


Chrystal Bliss has been performing since the age of fifteen, singing songs from the 1940s to more recent numbers.  With her haunting, beautiful voice she brilliantly takes listeners back to the golden age of the chanteuse.

 Chrystal Bliss will be performing at the Chalke Valley History Festival over the weekend.


Formed ten years ago by founder and lead singer, Katie Ashby, The D-Day Darlings are UK’s premier wartime musical act. Following their success on 2018’s Britain’s Got Talent, The D-Day Darlings were signed to Sony Music UK and their hugely successful debut album, I’ll Remember You released on 9 November 2018 charting at No. 15 in the official album charts and received a Silver Disc award for sales of 60,000 and becoming the Bestselling Female group from Britain’s Got Talent.  They have also received a Brit Certified Breakthrough Award.

‘Classy, authentic, genuine, respectful, beautiful and amazing!’
~ Simon Cowell

The D-Day Darlings will be the Chalke Valley History Festival on Saturday 27th June.

Image by Graham Smith