Embrace to headline Watchet Live Festival UK 2019

Saturday night’s headliner is none other than EMBRACE, a band who need little introduction having released three Number 1 selling albums in the UK (two of which went platinum), and more than 15 Top 40 singles, including ‘All You Good Good People’, ‘Come Back To What You Know’, official England World Cup anthem, ‘World At Your Feet’, and the Chris Martin-penned ‘Gravity’.

Sheffield’s finest dance-rock act, REVEREND & THE MAKERS will being proceedings to a close on Sunday night. Fronted as always by high-octane frontman ‘Reverend’ Jon McClure, REVEREND & THE MAKERS are one of the finest live acts around, having performed at thousands of venues worldwide, including the iconic Wembley Stadium (supporting Oasis). Their most recent album, ‘Death Of A King’ charted at number 11 – their 2nd highest chart placing, proving that they are as relevant now as ever before.

Former Joy Division and New Order bassist, PETER HOOK returns to the Watchet main stage (along with his band, THE LIGHT), after a triumphant performance at the festival’s 10th Birthday ‘party’ in 2016.

Watchet Live UK 2019 first poster

HOT CHOCOLATE are one of the most successful bands ever to come out of the 70’s. Featuring original members Pat Olive, Harvey Hinsley and Tony Connor, they are still performing today to audiences all over the world who love the band’s distinctive sound, and classic hits including ‘So You Win Again’, ‘No Doubt About It’, and of course the only track to go Top 10 in the 1970s, 1980s AND 1990s – ‘You Sexy Thing’.

ALABAMA 3 need no introduction to the regular festival goer, with this high octane group known as “one of the best live acts in the country”, by the media, ALABAMA 3 was formed in London 1985, and have played all over the country at festival and sold out tours, an act not to be missed . Most famous for the Sopranos theme tune, “Woke Up This Morning”, ALABAMA 3 are a unique blend of blues, electronica, hip-hop, jazz, country and rock, who will be hitting the main stage on the Friday.