Who will be at the Trad
the crooked billet
This popular local gastro pub is at the Trad once again. Renowned for its seriously good food, local beers and great atmosphere, owner Paul Clerehugh promises the full "Crooked Billet" experience on the river bank at Fawley Meadows.
music at the crooked billet
Friday 14th July
BLUES & JAZZ QUARTET
Saturday 15th July
Sunday 16th July
Legendary Jazz saxophonist.
Blues & Jazz all stars,
All your pop/rock and soul music favourites from the 1950s to the present day, playing once again at the Trad on Friday night!
starring musicians from Blockheads, Animals, Kinks, Bay City Rollers & Thin Lizzy.
Performing all their chart toppers.
DING DONG DADDIOS
1940’s swing, jive, rock & roll
All their hits, from Suzi Q and Bad Moon Rising,
Born on the Bayou, Green River
to Proud Mary.
What better TRAD FEST finale – “Rollin on the River”
surprise VIP support act
Evening ticket price on the gate £20, Juniors £10
Evening tickets purchased online discounted to £12 and £5
DAYTIME TICKETS INCLUDE EVENING ACCESS
Valid wristbands must be worn at all times
Motor Torpedo Boat
A very welcome return to the Trad of this historic naval craft.
Classic & Vintage
Vintage and Classic cars
A vast array of traditional wooden boats as far as the eye can see
Another chance to see the Great War Air Display Team 'in aerial combat'!
We salute the "Little Ships" of Dunkirk and the service men and women of WW2
The "Amphicar" of the 1960's
Take a cruise
in style on the oldest
passenger steamer afloat
Give me your
answer, do . . . . .
Exhibitors & Traders
Vintage cyclists will be out
in force again
Traditional boatbuilding in action and a variety of trade stalls to wander around
What more traditional way of keeping the kids entertained?
A welcome return to the Trad for this iconic Edwardian steamship. Enjoy a luxury voyage with a selection of delicious sandwiches, Strawberries and cream, buttered scones jam and cream, with a glass of fizz!
Sailings on Saturday and Sunday at 1230 appx
Chandlery, engine spares, accessories, bric-a-brac