Serena Grant is a professional vocalist who, over the last five years especially, has toured and travelled across the country, wowing audiences at numerous Weddings, Corporate Events, Private Parties and Holiday Parks, performing on average three times every single week.
A female vocal group singing swing, jazz, rock & pop and songs from the light classical repertoire and musical theatre.
IPSWICH REGGAE CHOIR
Ipswich Reggae Choir was started by Pat Bruce-Browne in August 201. Pat loved to sing and loved reggae, but there wasn't any other choirs that sang what she liked so she decided to set up her own group.
Wildflowers are Teresa, Janet, Denise and Stella. They persuaded each other that it would be fun to sing together at Stellar Capella Social and the rest is history! You can find them performing close harmonies with varied musical accompaniment at folk nights across the country. They're delighting to be support WAM Fest.
Victoria Petchey is a local artist who owns mobile art studio The Gallery Box and will be hosting a new event, Art at the Beach, at Beach Street.
Belinda Gillett is a world-class indie-folk artist from Suffolk. Her admirers include Queen's Brian May and folk-punk icon Jeffrey Lewis, both of whom have shared her videos within the last year.
Belinda's voice regularly draws comparisons with Sandy Denny, Joan Baez and Weyes Blood. She creates atmospheric, ethereal, vintage landscapes with her honest songs of love, nature and life and cites Nick Drake, Radiohead, The Sundays and Frightened Rabbit among her influences.
Teenage singing sensation Katie Mitton loves the performing arts and has been wowing audiences with her stunning voice and infectious enthusiasm for music.
Lydia Angelica returns to WAMFest for the THIRD year.
Colombian illustrator and visual artist Catalina Carvajal is based in Suffolk and has been involved in WAMFest from the start.
Her beautiful murals can be seen in the town centre and she brings her creativity to the WAMFest posters and marketing material.