2017 Jersey Festival Artist Line Up

two door cinema club

The 2017 Jersey Festival is expected to be one of the biggest festival events on the Island. With new artist and bands on set, you’ll sure be able to enjoy your the live music on the day. This year lineup starts from the famous Two Door Cinema Club, Happy Mondays, Pendulum and much more. There’s a wide variety of music genre including rock, hip hop, rap, indie electronic and more.

Two Door Cinema Club

The Two Door Cinema Club is known for their music style of indie rock. The band started up in 2007 with three members from Alex Trimble, Kevin Baird and Sam Halliday. They are an Irish band, but their songs are most popular in the USA and UK. They have performed in some of the biggest festivals in the UK including the Reading Festival. Their music career has also been continuously improving since 2010. Furthermore, the band was selected he best Irish Album of the year back in 2010. By 2012, they became the second best album in the UK. The most recent album was published last year in 2016 which includes the song ‘Bad Decisions’ and ‘Are We Ready’.

Happy Mondays

The band was formed back in the 80s in Greater Manchester with five members but have later on added two new members to the group. Playing the theme of English alternative rock, they eventually became very successful during the late 80s and 90s. In 1990 they had sold more than 350,000 copies of their album called Pills ‘n’ Thrills’ and have since continued to influence many other bands during the era.


If you’re into metal music, then you are in for a treat! Pendulum is a six man band that produces a unique mix of metal with DnB. They don’t normally just stick to one genre as their style has been influenced by a wide range of music type but adding their love for heavy metal into the mix. The band is expecting to wow their audience with their intense music bass.

Jersey Festival lineup and info 2016

After 2015’s highly successful Jersey Live festival, organisers were quick to look at ways of matching and even surpassing that in 2016. Highlights of last year’s line-up included George Ezra, The Proclaimers and Rudimental, who entertained the crowd for a whole memorable weekend. Hoping to live up to the high standard set by last year’s headliners are the following acts.


Grammy-nominated duo Disclosure will be headlining the Saturday night slot on September 3rd. The platinum-selling brothers, who recently played to a crowd of 50,000 at Glastonbury, are taking over the coveted slot that has been traditionally filled by similarly popular acts from similar genres, including Basement Jaxx, Chase & Status and Fatboy Slim. Expect the duo to keep the dance crowd happy with hits from their two albums, Settle and Caracal, featuring the likes of Lorde, AlunaGeorge and Sam Smith.




The legendary London ska band are preparing to release a new album this October, Can’t Touch Us Now, and in support of the project Jersey Live will be one of their first live performances. “The Nutty Boys” have been entertaining massive crowds for decades, and it’s a great thing for the festival to have secured them for the Sunday 4th September headline slot. Madness previously headlined the festival five years ago, making their return even more exciting.Continue Reading