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Jersey Live Music Festival (alternatively Jersey Live) was a music festival held annually at The Royal Jersey Showground in the parish of Trinity, Jersey between 2004 and 2016. Tickets for the performance were sold on the Jersey Live official website, and discounted tickets sites such as Viagogo. [3]

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1 Overview 2 Stages 3 2014 4 2013 5 2012 6 2011 7 2010 8 2009 9 2008 10 2007 11 2006 12 2005 13 2004 14 See also 15 References 16 External links

Overview[edit] The brainchild of local promoter/DJs Warren Holt and Warren Le Sueur, who were inspired by annual visits to Glastonbury Festival, Jersey Live started out as a 4,000-capacity, one-day event in 2004 with music across two stages. The festival took place over two days and grew in size each year, with six stages featuring live music, DJs and as of 2013, comedy and spoken word. Jersey Live had capacity for an attendance of 10,000 people per day, selling out at that capacity for the first time in 2010. The organisers expressed a desire to expand the capacity, and include on-site camping.[4] The festival was sponsored each year by local telecommunications company JT, who host the JT Stage at the festival. The other five stages are the Main Stage, Dance Stage, Family Field Stage, Hospitality Stage and Full Flow Locale DJ Tent. The festival had featured performances from a number of major stars of indie and dance music since 2004 including Paul Weller, The Prodigy, Kasabian, Dizzee Rascal and Chase & Status. The festival's line up was typically composed of established mainstream indie and dance acts on the Main and Dance stages, with up-and-coming artists of a wide range of genres spanning folk, hip-hop, punk, ska and reggae, as well as a number of local acts, making up the lineup elsewhere at the festival. Amongst the artists to have performed at Jersey Live in the early stages of their careers before going on to become considerably higher in profile, are Foals, Tinie Tempah, Jake Bugg, Ed Sheeran and Razorlight. Jersey Live had been described as "Surreal, sexy and super cool" by Kasbian's Tom Meighan, as having "more pulling power than any other small festival" by BBC Radio 1's Edith Bowman. Bowman, along with Zane Lowe, hosted the Main Stage in 2006 and had been followed in subsequent years by Huw Stephens, Craig Charles and Mani of The Stone Roses, who have all acted as Main Stage compere at the festival. Jersey Live was attended by locals and visitors to the island, with non-locals accounting for a quarter of the attendance.[citation needed] Set in the rural heart of the island of Jersey, Channel Islands, only 14 miles from the coast of France, Jersey Live was the British Isles' sunniest and most southerly festival. On 26 January 2017, the organisers announced that Jersey Live was cancelled for 2017 and would not return. Warren Holt and Warren Le Sueur had decided to 'end their adventure' and pursue other projects.[5] Stages[edit] Since 2009, the festival typically had the following stages;[6]

Main stage Dance stage Family Field stage Hospitality stage – entry restricted to specific ticket types. JT stage Fullflow Locale DJ stage

2014[edit] A festival was held on the weekend of 30 August and 31 August 2014.[7]

Main Stage Dance Stage JT Stage in Par 4 Hospitality Stage Fullflow Stage

Saturday 30 August

Ellie Goulding John Newman Earth, Wind & Fire experience feat. Al McKay Newton Faulkner The Graveltones Nina Nesbitt Luke Friend Frankie Davies

Duke Dumont Eton Messy Le Youth Thomas Gandey Simon Gasston Sasha Le Monnier

The Graveltones David Rodigan MBE The Little Big Band Roald Dahl Storytellers Mr Bloom

David Rodigan MBE The Doors Alive Clashmar Frankie Davies Mo'Matic DJ Set Laura Butlin

Steve Ferbrache Carl Scott Jon Peacock Ross Hunter Craig Alder Griff Tony Safe Rory Neil Del McKeown Paul Shoer Colin Moore Double P Ben Newman

Sunday 31 August

Ben Howard Bombay Bicycle Club Klaxons The Selecter Catfish & The Bottlemen Lucy Rose Billy Rowan Diversity

Mark Knight Catz 'N' Dogz Redlight Pete de Momme Stuart King Ben Rocksteady

Dreadzone Billy Rowan Sergeant Pipon Shlomo beatbox Adventure for Kids Anna the Hulagan

Molotov Jukebox The Selecter Lucy Rose acoustic Mo'Matic DJ Set Craig Alder DJ Set

Schema Terminal State Spim Simon Gasston Ben Newman Ryan Herve Hannah Jacques John O'Connell Andy Manson Colin Moore & Double P

2013[edit] A festival was held on the weekend of 31 August and 1 September 2013.[8] For the first time, the festival was granted permission to provide a campsite.[9] However, the provision of camping was cancelled by the festival organisers due to a lack of demand.[10]

Main Stage Dance Stage JT Stage Folklore Stage Hospitality Stage

Saturday 31 August

Fatboy Slim[11] (Headline) Chic featuring Nile Rodgers The Cribs The 1975 Dinosaur Jr. Nina Nesbitt Clean Bandit Teddy

Netsky and Dynamite MC Camo & Krooked Doctor P Skip & Die Shlomo Schema Fuzzbox Inc.

Clean Bandit Public Service Broadcasting Brave Yesterday Pirate Video Company Harlequin Knights

Dry the River King Kahn & The Shrines Lewis Watson Simon Evans Howard Marks Badlabecques Count Sizzle

Craig Charles John Cooper Clarke The Recks Jordan Burrows Laura Butlin

Sunday 1 September

Example Bastille The Enemy Tom Odell Deap Vally Gabrielle Aplin Kanka

Pete Tong Dusky Waze & Odyssey Hot Since 82 Russ Chimes

Lewis Watson Wolf People Teddy Bob Baker Alfresco Bandits

The Neville Staple Band Kanka Skip & Die John Cooper Clarke Sergeant Pipon Count Sizzle

Billy Rowan (The Undercover Hippy) Neville Staple Howard Marks Simon Evans Monty Taft

2012[edit] The festival was held on 1 and 2 September 2012.[12] The table below lists the acts that performed. In May, Trinity's Constable John Gallichan declared that festival goers below the age of 16 would have to be accompanied by an adult, at the 2012 event, as measure to reduce underage drinking.[13]

Main Stage Dance Stage JT Stage SoBe Stage Hospitality Stage

Sat 1 September

Chase & Status (Headline) Brobots (featuring The Beatles) Professor Green Rizzle Kicks [14] Maverick Sabre Devlin Last Dinosaurs Janice Graham Band (Manchester) Monty Taft

James Zabiela[15] Hervé Jaguar Skills Jaymo & Andy George LOGO (signed to Kitsuné)[16] Thomas Gandey Andrew Wicks

Last Dinosaurs Nina Nesbitt (singer/songwriter) Pirate Video Company (band) Any Given Sunday The Gaa Gaas

Friends Bwani Junction (UK band) The Valentines The Bloody Battle The Centeniers U.G. & B-Eazy BBC Jersey Live Show

Craig Charles Smoove & Turrell

Sun 2 September

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (Headline)[17] Primal Scream The Stranglers Alex Clare Jake Bugg Friends The Valentines

DJ Hype & IC3 Feed Me (Jon Gooch) Delta Heavy (Sasha & John Digweed) B.Traits Fuzz Box Inc. Schema

The Janice Graham Band Bwani Junction Brave Yesterday Ed & BJ Monty Taft

Jake Bugg Nina Nesbitt The Recks Badlabecques Rosie Barrett

David Holmes

2011[edit] The 2011 festival was held on 3 and 4 September 2011, and sponsored by Jersey Telecom. The attendance was 10,000 per day.[4] There were disputed reports of excessive drinking by under-age people.[18]

Main Stage Dance Arena Sobe Stage Tease Stage Hospitality Stage

Sat 3 September

Madness (Headline) The Streets Cage The Elephant Katy B Amadou & Mariam Wretch 32 Ed Sheeran Benjamin Francis Leftwich The Little Big Band[19] Brobots

Zane Lowe Annie Mac Danny Byrd & MC Dynamite Breakage Toddla T & MC Serocee

Jamie Woon Summer Camp King Charles

Craig Charles (DJ Set) Benjamin Francis Leftwich

Sun 4 September

Plan B (Headline) The Ting Tings Feeder The Rapture Santigold The Beat Cabadzi The Bloody Battle

Mr. Oizo Sasha Alex Metric Schema

Black Devil Disco Club Tribes Dry The River The Lovely Eggs

Huw Stephens (DJ Set) Ed Sheeran King Charles Lloyd Yates

2010[edit] Jersey Telecom renewed their sponsorship agreement of Jersey Live for a fifth year.[20] Main Stage hosted by Mani (Stone Roses/Primal Scream).

Main Stage Dance Arena Hospitality Stage Les Inrocks Magic Stage Wild West Tease Stage

Sat 4 September

Brobots (Heroes of the Century) Groove Armada (Headline) Biffy Clyro Chase & Status The View Professor Green Fenech-Soler Darwin Deez We Have Band Bones

Caspa & MC Rod Azlan (Headline) DJ Switch[21] Teenage Bad Girl Rico Tubbs DJ Rafik Schema Brobots Ryan Herve Sasha Le Monnier Tharindu Elkin

Count Sizzle Peggy Sue Cabadzi Nick Harper Kevin Pallot Nathalie Nihai Isaac Evans

Jamaica (Headline) Here We Go Magic Rubin Steiner We Are Enfant Terrible Muchuu The Valentines Pirate Video Company

The Hats Bones The Valentines Dinosaur Collective Quick & The Dead Last Of The Light Brigade The Wizz The Midnight Expresso Lloyd Yates Band The Centeniers Benny The Moth Clockwork Sodomy Tom Butel

Sun 5 September

Paul Weller (Headline) Kate Nash Tinie Tempah The Magic Numbers Chapel Club Peggy Sue Django Django Last Of The Light Brigade

Calvin Harris (Headline) Sub Focus & MC ID Jaguar Skills Foamo Drums of Death Fuzzbox Inc DJ Spim Andy Manson

Count Sizzle Darwin Deez Rubin Steiner We Are Enfant Terrible Hip Hoperation Lloyd Yates Comedy

Fenech-Soler (Headline) We Have Band Freelance Whales Django Django Cabadzi Gay Army

Sound of Guns Brave Yesterday The Bloody Battle Hold Your Fire! Lizzard Channel Little Big Band Kevin Pallot & The Pinnacles All In Human Trainwreck The Mulburys The Hype Didgeridoo Bruce

2009[edit] Around 9,000 people attended in 2009.[22]

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena Les Inrocks Stage VIP Spiegel Tent The Big Tease Tent

Sat 5 September

Basement Jaxx Dizzee Rascal Passion Pit The Whip Frank Turner Golden Silvers The Antlers Brave Yesterday The Dirty Aces Stanley Forbes

Andy C London Elektricity Beardyman Dan Le Sac Annie Nightingale Terminal State Oneofakind DJ Spim

Naive New Beaters Twisted Wheel The Boxer Rebellion Fight Like Apes Cocoon The Valentines

Craig Charles Frank Turner Lloyd Yates The Midnight Expresso Kevin Pallot & The Pinnacles Jersey Bob Stanley Forbes

Marvel Black Stats The Valentines The Speedways The Little Big Band Kevin Pallot & The Pinnacles Banquet The Blind Drivers The Freewheelers Off Limits

Sun 6 September

The Kooks Doves Jack Peñate Twisted Wheel The Boxer Rebellion The Temper Trap Fight Like Apes Black Stats Marvel Craig Charles (Compere)

2manydjs Birdy Nam Nam DJ Yoda Naive New Beaters CasioKids FuzzBox DJs Carrie Cooper Suze Rosser

Kap Bambino Chew Lips The Antlers Curry & Coco Gablé

Emily Loizeau Gablé Cocoon The Valentines Bruce Carnegie Oneofakind Count Sizzle

Brave Yesterday The Dirty Aces Celadores The Centeniers Lloyd Yates The Porcupine Effect Benny The Moth Laurel Canyon The Empty 7 Annie Law

2008[edit]

Main stage in 2008.

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena

Sat 30 August

The Zutons We Are Scientists Foals The Courteeners Blood Red Shoes These New Puritans The Author The Valentines Black Stats Gay Army

Scratch Perverts Krafty Kuts Atomic Hooligan Scott Nixon Colin Moore DJ Spim Mark Ronez Justin De Gruchy Carl Scott Stuart King

Sun 31 August

The Prodigy The Go! Team The Music Goose Crystal Castles Black Kids Cage the Elephant Velofax Porcupine Effect

Kissy Sell Out Sebastien Leger D Ramirez Caged Baby Black Grass Oneofakind Gaz & Steve Carrie Cooper (of BBC Jersey) Ritchie SDS

2007[edit]

Main stage in 2007.

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena

Sat 1 September

The Fratellis[23] The Twang The Enemy Little Man Tate Air Traffic The Teenagers Does It Offend You, Yeah? The Veez Smith 6079 Marvel Benny The Moth Melting Pot DJs

Digitalism Boys Noize Optimo Justin Robertson DJ Netik Paul Mack Mikey Ashford Pete De Momme Carl Scott

Sun 2 September

Kasabian Audio Bullys Super Furry Animals Pigeon Detectives Goose Brakes The Author Tramp Sinatra

Steve Lawler Tim Deluxe DJ Format Fergie Freelance Helraiser Mckinnon and Campbell Stuart King J DeGruchy Ryan Herve

2006[edit] In 2006, 7,500 people attended the festival.

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena

Snow Patrol The Zutons Editors Get Cape Wear Cape Fly Milburn ¡Forward, Russia! The On, Offs The Paddingtons The Levellers Sandi Thom Nick Harper Velofax Kudu The Valentines The Merge deNova Blues Filthy Dukes

James Lavelle Ivan Smagghe Erol Alkan Riton C2C Le Sueur, Holt and Gasston McKinnon and Campbell

2005[edit]

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena

Kasabian The Futureheads The Bravery The Ordinary Boys The Black Velvets Art Brut The Valentines Velofax Bulletproof Killian The OK's Jackson Moody Band

2 Many Djs Whitey The Glimmers The Mixologists THEORY Residents

2004[edit]

Positiv Main Stage Theory Dance Arena

The Thrills Razorlight Delays The Open The Subways Velofax Wilmor Repeater Bothered Face Benny the Moth and the Erogenous Zones The Merge

Theory Hi-Fi Sushi Rhumba Pandemic Ashford & Mack Terminalstate O.O.T.W.

See also[edit]

Jersey Folklore Festival Music of the Channel Islands

References[edit]

^ "Jersey Live Axed: Island's Biggest Music Festival Ends After 13 Years". www.jerseyeveningpost.com. Jersey Evening Post. 26 January 2017.  ^ "Jersey Live 2011 sponsorship confirmed". Ifcfeed.com. 13 December 2010. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ http://www.viagogo.co.uk/Festival-Tickets/UK-Festivals/Jersey-Live-Tickets ^ a b "BBC News – Move to expand Jersey Live to three days". BBC. 5 September 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ "Press Release". 26 January 2017.  ^ "Jersey Live Festival of Music 2011 Official Programme". Issuu.com. 11 August 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ Jersey Live Festival of Music 2014 ^ Jersey Live Festival of Music 2013 ^ "BBC News - Jersey Live festival gets camping approval". Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2013-06-19.  ^ "Change of plans for Jersey Live « Jersey Evening Post". Jerseyeveningpost.com. 2013-08-22. Retrieved 2014-03-01.  ^ "Jersey Live headliner confirmed as Fatboy Slim". Jersey Live headliner confirmed as Fatboy Slim. BBC. Retrieved 12 April 2013.  ^ "BBC News - Thousands see Noel Gallagher and others at Jersey Live 2012". Bbc.co.uk. 2012-09-04. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "Stricter rules at this year's Jersey Live says Constable". Bbc.co.uk. 2012-05-18. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "Rizzle Kicks to perform at Jersey Live music festival". Bbc.co.uk. 2012-06-01. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "Jersey Live announce James Zabiela for the Dance Arena". Bbc.co.uk. 2012-05-18. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "New Additions to the Jersey Live Line Up: Rizzle Kicks, David Holmes and many more". Jersey.com. 2012-06-01. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "Noel Gallagher to headline Jersey Live music festival". Bbc.co.uk. 2012-05-11. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "BBC News – Jersey Live organisers dispute drinking comments". BBC. 8 September 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ "Little Big Band and Bloody Battle win festival slot". Bbc.co.uk. 2011-04-22. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ "JT to sponsor Jersey Live for fifth year". Channelonline.tv. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ "More Acts Added To Jersey Live Line Up!". Jersey.com. Retrieved 2012-10-07.  ^ Howells, Max (7 September 2009). "Curtain falls on Jersey Live". BBC News. Retrieved 2 May 2012.  ^ "Fratellis". Bbc.co.uk. 2007-08-24. Retrieved 2012-10-07. 

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