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April 11th 2024

The Hound Dog Music Stage Line-up

It wouldn’t be a festival without some live music! We have a brilliant line up across the weekend to get your paws tapping to!


David Mein

10.15am – 11.30am

A performer for all occasions and a favourite across the south’s music venues with a song list that covers hits from the 1950’s to the present day. Whether guitar, ukulele or mandolin David will be sure to entertain.

David Mein Music – Weddings, Parties and Functions

Tilly Lukeman

12noon – 1.15pm

Hugely talented solo Hampshire vocalist Tilly is making her festival debut with ballads, a sprinkling of R&B, soulful classics or course a handful of the best party anthems

Tilly Lukeman Vocals | Events Singer

The Estelles

1.45pm – 3pm

Get down with some Motown. The Estelles will transport you back in time with classic soul Motown hits with a dash of disco and bags of energy!

The Estelles – Motown, soul & pop duo and Full band (Promo video) – YouTube

Harry Skinner

3.30pm – 4.30pm

Founder member of the UK award-winning blues band ‘The Producers’, Harry is gone onto be one of the south coasts most respected solo blues songwriters and performers.


Emma Hardy Duo

10.30am – 11.30am

Hugely talented singer songwriter and guitarist from the New Forest playing some well known covers, plus a few eclectic ones.

Emma Hardy | Facebook

The Courtiers

12noon – 1.30pm

Portsmouth based four piece Celtic folk band who draw on traditional music influences from both sides of the Atlantic to create a lively and eclectic mix of foot-stomping sounds.

Acoustic folk band | The Courtiers | United Kingdom


2pm – 3.15pm

Dorset based party and event band playing your favourite Pop, Indie and Rock hits plus a few obscure ones. Think Prince, Bowie, Hendrix, The Human League, The Strokes and many more.

Phil Mills Rhythm & Blues

3.30pm – 4.30pm

The legendary Smokestack frontman has performed at venues and blues festivals across the UK & Europe, sharing the bill with BookerT and the MG’s and Nina Simone. Rhythm & Blues doesn’t get much better.

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