Posts Tagged ‘Chilfest 2014’

Toyah Newsy Bits & Pieces!

July 6th, 2014

chilfest14fChilfest 2014: Hanging out with Toyah in the Green Room (Photo © Chilfest) – View the photo…

The Star: Toyah Willcox set to perform at Children’s Festival in Rotherham: Singer Toyah Willcox is to return to Rotherham for a second time this week to host the town’s Children’s Festival singing celebration One Voice. The event on Friday will be the finale to the annual Children’s Festival, which celebrates the achievements of Rotherham’s children and young people – Continue reading…

The Bucks Herald: The big weekend! Don’t miss brilliant line-up of events in and around Aylesbury: On Saturday Jason Donovan tops the bill at Pendley Manor’s Chilfest that also includes Toyah, Leee John (Imagination), Boney M featuring Maizie Williams, Go West and Bad Manners – Continue reading…

West Briton: East 17 stay another day at Falmouth Week alongside Toyah and Kernow King: Joining them will be 1980s singer Toyah, who has had a busy festival circuit so far this year, including the Plymouth Volksfest in May – Continue reading…

The Bucks Herald: Last chance to see Friars exhibition: Today (Sunday) is the last chance to see the Friars exhibition at Bucks County Museum, where there will be special tours by the club’s supremo David Stopps – Continue reading…

The Bucks Herald: Chilfest Will Rock For Three Fab Days

July 3rd, 2014

bherald14aFestival season is well and truly here with live outdoor music events taking place all over the country and right here on our doorstep too.

One of the biggest in our area is Chilfest and this second year sees the best ever line up of sounds from the 80s and contemporary pop playing over the three days. The gig at Pendley Meadow in Tring kicks off on Friday with the Boomtown Rats, Heaven 17, From The Jam, Big Country, China Crisis and Dr and The Medics.

On Saturday Jason Donovan tops a bill that includes Toyah, Leee John (Imagination), Boney M featuring Maizie Williams, Go West and Bad Manners.

• Continue reading at The Bucks Herald.

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LB Observer: Latest Lineup For Tring’s Chilfest 2014

January 15th, 2014

chilfest14eThe biggest music event that Tring has ever seen is returning for a second year with the very best sounds from the 1980s and contemporary pop.

July’s event saw 11,000 people flock to see some of the biggest names in the industry – and judging by the line-up – this year will be no different for Chilfest music festival. And the advice for this year’s three-day concert is to book early in order to avoid disappointment.

…While on Saturday, July 5, Chilfest presents Jason Donovan, Toyah, Imagination, Bad Manners, Go West and Bony M featuring Maizie Williams.

• Continue reading at the Leighton Buzzard Observer.

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Toyah Newsy Bits & Pieces!

January 15th, 2014

bfi14aThe Tempest @ BFI: Tickets now on sale for this event, which includes a live Q&A by Toyah at the BFI Southbank Cinema on Wednesday 12th February 2014 : Derek Jarman’s terrific third feature is brooding and darkly laden with heavily symbolic imageryMore info here…

Digital Spy: Splash!: Toyah Willcox makes her way to the board – View here…

The Fashionatress: My first ladies of Punk!: One of alternative fashions true style chameleons, You just didn’t know what Toyah would be wearing next! Bold and brash she did her own thing with her wardrobe. ‘Outlandish’ was the word Toyah Willcox and her style statement making costumes – View here…

Classic Rock: Blockheads ask fans for chart help: Last year the band ran a successful crowd-funding campaign to cover the cost of making three videos for Same Horse Different Jockey. They used the money to create a series of spoof soap opera episodes called Dun Punkin, featuring old friends Toyah Willcox and Topper Headon – Continue reading…

Liverpool Sound & Vision: Hue And Cry, Big Country And Toyah Willcox Amongst The Highlights Of New Season Of Music At Eric’s – Continue reading…

The Garstang Courier: Some Grand Nights Out: Toyah brings her band to the Grand for the first time on Easter Saturday, April 19 – Continue reading…

Chilfest 2014: Tickets for this Hertfordshire festival are now on sale. Toyah plays a full-band gig on July 5th – More info here… (Thanks to Kev Tucker)


Chilfest 2014: Official Poster

November 28th, 2013

The official promotional poster/flyer for Chilfest 2014 has been released. Toyah plays at the festival, in Tring, on 5th July next year. View a larger version by clicking below, and see Toyah’s complete 2014 Gig Diary here.


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Hemel Today: Chilfest 2014

November 23rd, 2013


A couple of recent press reports on next year’s Chilfest from ‘Hemel Today’.

New acts and Tring location announced for next year’s Chilfest – but are you ‘tempted’ to go?: Heaven 17 and Go West are the two latest acts confirmed as performers at next year’s Chilfest – and it will be held at a Tring location… Post-punk comedy vaudevillians Bad Manners, It’s a Mystery singer Toyah Willcox and Scottish rock band Big Country will also be appearing. Tickets are due to go on sale in mid-January – Continue reading…

Jason Donovan will be at Chilfest: Other confirmed performers are post-punk comedy vaudevillians Bad Manners, It’s a Mystery singer Toyah Willcox and Scottish rock band Big Country – Continue reading…

• Toyah tweeted on Tuesday to confirm the type of set she will be playing: “Just letting u know that Chilfest, Tring on the 5th July is the full TOYAH band…..loud n’ proud“.

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Hemel Today: First Three Chilfest Acts Announced

November 17th, 2013


‘Chilfest’ announced the first three music acts, one of which being Toyah, for their 2014 festival taking place in July. Hemel Today reported the news on Friday.

First three acts to perform at next year’s Chilfest music festival are announced

The first three acts at next year’s Chilfest have been confirmed as post-punk comedy vaudevillians Bad Manners, It’s a Mystery singer Toyah Willcox and Scottish rock band Big Country.

The two-day music festival was staged for the first time in Tring in the summer, and attracted big names ranging from teen pop sensations Little Mix to Spandau Ballet crooner Tony Hadley. Organiser Steve Butcher said the 2014 event may go on for three days, but the location has yet to be decided.

• Continue reading at Hemel Today.