Sat, 27 May|
Jaminaround 2023 part 1
Kicking off the festival season with Jaminaround part 1. Another memorable night in the one and only Cranborne Earthouse with an eclectic line-up of top quality entertainment.
Time & Location
27 May, 17:00 – 23:50
Cranborne, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Wimborne BH21 5RP, UK
About The Event
**Online Tickets close at 7pm on Friday 26th May**
Limited tickets still available on the door.
Another memorable night in the one and only Cranborne Earthouse with an eclectic line-up of top quality entertainment. A triple-headliner with three exceptional and very different musical offerings in one event.
English singer-songwriter Ana Silvera and Palestinian oud virtuoso / singer Saied Silbak join forces to explore the common ground between their heritages – the emotive melancholy of Ladino songs that exiled Judeo-Spanish communities carried with them as they dispersed across Europe and the Ottoman Empire and the rich Maqams and intricate melodies of Palestinian song. In this beautiful collaboration, these traditional songs are reworked for contemporary times to magical effect.
Mellah, is South London singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist also known as Liam Ramsden. Heartfelt tales of life and the world with a spirited vocal delivery that cuts through his masterfully arranged, deceptively simple songs. His words were there to be heard and he has an uncanny ability to put smart spins on tough subjects. People often class Mellah’s lyrics as ‘dark’, something Liam just doesn’t feel is accurate. "My aim is to make quite accessible happy indie-pop music that has a message that can slip in the back door so when people actually listen to it they realise its saying something.” ‘Compassionate punk’ he calls it!
Extra-terrestrial joymongers - HENGE - have been delighting audiences in the UK and Europe since they landed on Planet Earth seven years ago. Their scintillating live performances earned them ‘Best Live Act’ at the Independent Festival Awards and they have since cemented their reputation with two acclaimed albums, numerous tours and regular main-stage festival appearances. Their music escapes definition, but occupies a space between rave and prog rock that nobody knew existed. It is energetic, subversive and invigoratingly playful, jovially going ‘where no one has gone before’. Ultimately, HENGE are spreading a message of hope which leaves audiences feeling amused and uplifted in equal measures.
** Please note, for those wishing to travel to Jaminaround from further afield, we can no longer provide camping space on site. However, we have a local grass field within walking distance for tents and live-in vehicles. Book a camping ticket in addition to your event ticket.
Camping add-on (per person)
+£0.13 service fee
Please note, we can no longer provide camping space on site at The Ancient Technology Centre. This ticket permits one person to camp in a tent or live-in vehicle in a localPlease note, we can no longer provide camping space on site at The Ancient Technology Centre. This ticket permits one person to camp in a tent or live-in vehicle in a local field designated for Jaminaround camping. The field is 15 minutes walk from the Ancient Technology Centre and has car parking and basic toilet facilities.
+£0.13 service fee