Main Stage

We've secured our best ever line-up for 2019's FOSStival, including country stars Ward Thomas, a selection of up-and-coming local bands, and young performers from a number of musical projects in the county.

As well as raising money for music and performance at Selborne Primary School, the aim of FOSStival is to create a safe and encouraging environment for young festival-goers and artists.

Music shouldn’t just be something that takes place on television and big arenas - we want young people to develop a passion that will stay with them for the rest of their lives, whether through performance or appreciation.

Whatever music you enjoy, from country to indie, pop to folk and rock, there’s something for everyone in this year’s line-up.

For the first time, this year's FOSStival will conclude with a DJ set of classic 80s tunes, so bring your dancing shoes and prepare to dance into the summer night in the beautiful surroundings of Selborne.

You can listen to our special FOSStival playlist on Spotify or Amazon Music.

Ward Thomas

Catherine (left) and Lizzy Ward Thomas will play a short acoustic set at this year's FOSStival

Our biggest ever act!

Hawkley-born sisters Catherine and Lizzy are currently promoting their new album “Restless Minds”, the follow-up to their 2016 No. 1 charting major label debut “Cartwheels” which firmly established them as leading exponents of new wave country tinged pop.

We're thrilled to announce that they'll play a short acoustic set at 7.20pm.

Electric Milk

Electric Milk

Fresh from the release of their debut single 'Speed Limit', classic rock five-piece Electric Milk boast fantastic energy on stage with an electrifying frontman.

FOSStival is always proud to present high-quality musicians from the Hampshire area, and Electric Milk's mix of covers and original material fits the bill perfectly.

Influenced by the likes of Led Zep, AC/DC and Thin Lizzy, the band produced an awesome performance at last year's FOSStival and we can't wait to see more of the same.

Electric Milk will play at 9.20pm.

The Zig Zag Band

Zig Zag performing

The ZigZag Band formed in late 2008 to play at local events, parties and fund-raisers, playing an eclectic mix of cover versions of popular tracks from the sixities to the present day. Guaranteed to have you singing and dancing along to your favourite party tunes.

Available for parties, weddings, functions and corporate events. For bookings, call David on 07714 234994.

The Zig Zag Band will play at 8.15pm.



Borders are an acoustic duo playing original folk and Americana.

With incredible vocals and a gorgeous, chilled-out vibe, Faith S White (vocals/guitar) and Callum Granger (guitar/harmony vocals) were a massive hit at last year's FOSStival and we're delighted that these graduates of Guildford's ACM are coming back to wow the crowd again.

Borders will play at 6.30pm.

Blue-Eyed Soul


Alton seven-piece Blue-Eyed Soul mix pop, rock, blues and original material.

Expect to dance, smile and sing along as this local band make their first FOSStival appearance.

Blue-Eyed Soul will play at 5.35pm.


Ultrasonic band

Returning for their third appearance at FOSStival, Ultrasonic is the product of a community project run by Alton College for local 12-16 year olds to experience being in a rock band, tutored by professional musicians with a background in rock performance.

Ultrasonic will play at 4.30pm.

Me and the Moon

me and the moon performing

After fantastic performances at the last three FOSStivals, we’re proud to welcome back Guildford-based three piece Me and The Moon.

With two singles released on DIY label My Little Empire, MATM's impressive CV includes support slots for Marika Hackman, Flyte and Frank Turner, as well as appearances at Victorious Festival and Alternative Escape.

Tamara and Jonny's wonderfully summery brand of hazy indie pop is perfect festival fare and we know you'll love them just as much as we do.

Me and the Moon will play at 3.35pm.



Summer festival specialists Dreamweaver are a four-piece with extensive experience that includes working with the likes of Steve Gibbons, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Pop Will Eat Itself and Marillion as well as performing on the same stage as The Cardiacs, Doctor Feelgood, Nick Harper, The Enid and Osric Tentacles.

Dreamweaver have played many times at the Zap Club in Brighton during the early 90’s and have toured Europe in the past and performed at many festivals around the UK over the years including small independent festivals that have popped up in recent years.

Dreamweaver will play at 2.45pm.

Ad Astra

Ad Astra

Returning after a last year's well-received debut, Ad Astra is comprised of three hugely talented ex-Selborne students who bring their own slant to some well known tunes.

Ad Astra will play at 2pm.

Main Stage

Order of Events

Saturday 29th June

Open 1pm-11pm

School band 1pm
School choir 1.25pm
Ad Astra 2pm
Dreamweaver 2.45pm
Me and the Moon 3.35pm
Ultrasonic 4.30pm
Blue Eyed Soul 5.35pm
Borders 6.30pm
Ward Thomas (acoustic set) 7.20pm
The Zig Zag Band 8.15pm
Electric Milk 9.20pm
Fusion Disco 10.10pm