Floating Stage Sessions from PizzaExpress Live
Posted on Feb 20, 2017
This summer, PizzaExpress Live are back at the Festival with a world class line up of musicians who will be performing on the floating stage. The concerts will begin in the early evening and are open to all ticket holders, including general admission.
PizzaExpress Live will be getting things started on the Floating Stage with early-evening performances each night of the Festival. To kick off, Wednesday night will be hosted by 'King of Soul's Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band, where Geno will showcase his love for Blues and R&B alongside the Ram Jam’s presenting an electric show!
Following her highly successful UK tour in 2015-2016, the American singer-songwriter, Vonda Shepard will bring a bit of rock pop to the stage before the incredible concert fronted by the Pet Shop Boys on Thursday evening.
On Friday, the Soul/R'n'B band featuring musicians who, have performed with some of the biggest names in music: The Staxs Band will take to the stage. This summer, Beverley Knight will be performing alongside The Staxs Band bringing an exciting and high-energy soul and R&B show to the Floating Stage, getting you to your feet before Chakka Khan.
Recently awarded an MBE for her services to music, British Jamaican R'n'B and soul singer-songwriter Ruby Turner, will be Saturday nights soulful powerhouse.
And finally, Sunday evening will be hosted by the critically acclaimed band Brother Strut, a band inspired by funk, blues, American soul music of the 1960’s and ‘70’s and stunning live music.
Don't want to miss any of the Floating Stage Sessions by PizzaExpress Live? The exact times of the evening performances are all listed on the artist pages on our website or you can download our Henley Festival 2017 Programme here.
Book your tickets here.
Please note: If you have General Admission tickets, you too can enjoy the music from our Floating Stage sessions, however once the performance has finished you will need to vacate the area prior to the Headline Performers.