Jake Morrell could have come straight out of Nashville, or even from the Californian sunshine, as his music suggests; but Jake is from Norfolk, England! Jake was ‘discovered’ by Dermot O Leary, who featured him on his Radio 2 Show. One influential listener just so happened to be Glastonbury boss Emily Eavis, who immediately asked Jake to perform at the iconic festival.


"It’s great to see Jake Morrell flying the flag for British country music" - Dermot O’Leary, BBC Radio 2


Jake recorded his debut single with London based producer Brett Shaw (Florence & The Machine, The Kooks & Dry the River). The song entitled "Wire and Thorns" reached No.2 in the iTunes country charts on the first day of release. This led to Jake being invited to perform at this year’s Country 2 Country festival, London’s Country Music Week and being invited out to Nashville.


Now working with several top industry writers including the Grammy-winning writer/producer Kipper (Sting, Gary Numan), Jake’s songs and sound are attracting attention by all who listen.


With a gig history that reads like a road atlas, Jake and the band have truly honed their craft and always leave you feeling joyous and wanting more!


Saturday 4.15-5pm

Formed in late 2013, Falling From Trees began life as an acoustic three-piece comprising brothers Adam White and Leo White on guitars and backing vocals and sister, Rebecca White, on lead vocal duty.


As voracious music lovers, it was only a matter of time before the siblings came together to formalise their musical endeavours, combining folk and blues influences with soulful, jazz-tinged vocals.


Under this formation, Falling From Trees went on to release two EPs, On and On (2015) and Words (2016), both of which received considerable airplay and critical acclaim,

Gigging relentlessly and honing their craft,  becoming favoured regulars in the Norwich music scene. This lead to some incredible opportunities, including a coveted support slot for Mark Flanagan of Jools Holland fame at the Southwold Arts Festival and a set for BBC Voices

2018 also saw the release of the bands new EP, Sleepless Nights.


Saturday 9.30-10.30pm

Fresh from storming set supporing The Darkness at Festival Too with his band Bear Club, we are delighted to be joined by Sam for some acoustic sessions! 


Sunday 11-11.45am

Live music duo from Norwich.

The indie-folk duo from Norwich, formed at the end of 2016 and have been busking and open mic-ing since then. Now, Bridget Holmes and Joe Torbati have come together with a collection of their own written material.. As both singers and songwriters, Holmes writing songs on the piano and Torbati from the guitar, the pair have come up with an eclectic mix of haunting melodies and stirring hypnotic sounds. Taken from - Divide & Conquer Music


Sunday 12-12.45pm

Léa La Zelle will take you on an uplifting journey with free flowing soulful melodies. Accapella heart felt songs and conscious messages accompanied by looped tones and acoustic guitar

Lea La Zelle

Sunday 3-4pm

Helen Bluebelle has been influenced by the likes of Ludovico Einaudi, Billy Lockett and Lauren Aquilina. Helen incorporates contemporary minimalism with pop-ballad sensibilities.

Helen spent their childhood listening to soft rock christian artists, like Hillsong Church and Matt Redman, which in their opinion always focuses on the lyrics in songs more than anything else. This has formed an important part for them when writing and creating a song.

Helen enjoys spending time alone outside, taking inspiration from the world around them to write their lyrics.

Helen took to the stage of Latitude for the first time in 2016, returning again last year to experience more of the ‘festival atmosphere’ . They regularly perform across East Anglia and have played quirky stages including a platform at the Mid Norfolk Railway as part of Dereham festival. They have also performed in various venues around Norwich, making regular appearances at The Birdcage and Platform Twelve. Helen also attends open mics across the city and runs a monthly one at The Birdcage.

Helen Bluebelle

Sunday 1-1.45pm

Two Bit Operators-

A trio of Norfolk

Two Bit Operators

Saturday 5.30-6.30pm

​Sam Coe & The Long Shadows are a UK Country/Americana band from Norwich, Norfolk. 


Their debut Album "Full Moon" was released in March 2018 to critical acclaim, following their first UK tour in 2017 and support slot with The Shires. We were also blessed to play C2C, Country 2 Country Festival in 2017 (and 2016!)


Sam Coe & The Long Shadows are... 

Sam (Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar) 

Steve (Dobro and Lap Steel)

Giff (Bass Guitar) 

Mark (Lead Guitar) 

Wayne (Drums) 

The band were formed in 2015, when Sam placed an ad for local musicians interested in joining a modern country band. Coincidentally, the first response came from childhood friend and drummer Wayne Moore. 


Sam reluctantly responded, expecting Wayne to bow out when he realised it was her. However, with the addition of Steve Clark (Dobro and Lap Steel), Mark Howes (Lead Guitar) and later on Giff Mulley (Bass) it became apparent that The Long Shadows knew just how to handle Sam and her songs. The boys in the band helped to create a sound that blends modern country with just the right amount of pop, with a nod to the traditional sounds we all love. 


Saturday 7.45-8.45pm

Hailing from Norwich with a set list featuring a mix of unique covers and originals, sisters Con & Milsky's laid back style is perfect for Tribe Norfolk Weekend


Saturday 12-12.45pm

New Orleans-inspired funky, brassy soul from East Anglia. We can't wait to welcome them to Tribe Norfolk Weekend. 

If you haven't heard these guys yet then you're in for a treat. Inspired by the likes of Soul Rebels, Youngblood Brass Band, Hot 8 Brass Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Rebirth Brass Band, Dr. John, Trombone Shorty, Wynton Marsalis, Kermit Ruffins, to name a few. 

You won't be able to keep still when they start playing.

East Angles Brass

Saturday 1.30-2.30pm

Influenced by a whole host of artists, from Damien Rice to The Clash, Sticky Fingers to Catfish and The Bottlemen, and with a spinkling of life experience from lost loves to his time volunteering in Africa, Vincent Knight has bared his soul for all to hear. The result, a startlingly honest and melodically charming debut album. 

Vincent Knight Music

Sunday 4.30-5.30pm

Norfolk based singer-songwriter Chris Pidgeon has been described as a melodic acoustic folkrocky storyteller, writing about growing up, family, friends, playing in bands, the joys of work and most recently about becoming a father. 
After featuring in bands such as Worn and Dumpster Pop amonst many over previous years he found his feet as a singer-songwriter through 2014 enjoying the stage at a host of local venues, festivals and folk clubs. Through early 2015 this momentum picked up seeing him sharing a stage with Grant Nicholas (feeder) and Ben Ottewell (gomez) and the release of his debut "Always the Bridesmaid" e.p. 

Chris Pidgeon

Sunday 2-2.45pm

After winning KLFM's 'West Norfolk Has Talent' competition in the summer of 2010, the band has gone from strength to strength winning Twisted Melon Promotions' Battle of the Bands competition 2011 for a slot playing for over 6000 people at King's Lynn's 'Festival Too'. Playing a mix of original tracks along with a variety of different covers of popular songs, Jessie's Ghost have performed as a support for bands such as Bucks Fizz, The Hoosiers and The Brand New Heavies, as well as many other gigs across the country.

They have a 13-track album, 'The Dancer' available for purchase on iTunes, recorded at GhostSound studios in Outwell, and are currently working on writing a new E.P.

Jessie's Ghost consists of Callum Waterfield on lead vocals, Simon Benefer and Oliver Heath on acoustic guitars, David Maddison on bass guitar and Robert Parker on cajon. All members perform backing vocals, combining to create the rich vocal harmonies which have become their trademark style.

Jessies Ghost

Saturday 3-4pm

Live Music. Performer times are as follows:



Con & Milsky 12-12.45pm

East Angles Brass 1.30 - 2.30pm

Jessies Ghost 3-4pm

Jake Morrell 4.15 - 5pm

Two Bit Operators 5.30-6.30pm

Sam Coe and the Long Shadows 7-.45- 8.45pm

Falling From Trees 9.30- 10.30pm




Sam J Cook 11-11.45am

Playhouse 12-12.45pm

Helen Bluebelle 1-1.45pm

Chris Pidgeon 2-2.45pm

Lea Le Zelle 3-4pm

Vincent Knight Music 4.30-5.30pm