|6.15 pm||Moonshiners||Acoustic Blues/Jazz/Bluegrass/Skiffel up tempo good time music|
|7.00pm||Ray Moore||Folk, country and self-penned songs from one of our favourite singer songwriters.|
|8.00pm||Marisha Addison Quintet||Aberdeen’s leading jazz singer Marisha Addison leads an all-star quintet with a toe-tapping and swinging set.|
|9.15pm||Georgia Crawl||Rousing, soothing, raucous rhythm and blues – music to get your heart pumping and your body dancing.|
|6.30pm||Voodoo Vibe||Voodoo Vibe play a titillating and shake-your-bottom set of tunes guaranteed to get your out of your seats.|
|8:00pm||Red Dawg||The Granite City’s No 1 Blues Rock Band.|
|9:30pm||Richard Hannay and the 39 Steps||Richard Hannay & the 39 Steps, back again with some cracking tunes because they just love the beer festival banter, the fantastic crowds… and well… beer!|
|1.30pm||Aberdeen Ukes||A merry bunch who play the uke and hope to bring a smile to your face.|
|2.30pm||Richard Michael Trio||One of Scotland’s finest jazz pianists and Stoney loon Richard with some tunes to slake your musical thirst.|
|3.30pm||Jazz at the Blue Lamp Community Big Band||Raise the tempo and the roof with this great band of your own local heroes.|
|5.00pm||Kinnaber Junction||Folk, rock and Americana from Montrose band led by singer-songwriter Gary Anderson.|
|6:30pm||Reloaded||Top class, high-octane rock and pop covers from one of the North East’s most exciting bands.|
|8pm||Further On||Bursting on the scene at a previous Stonehaven Real Ale fest… with the blues you can’t lose! Expect a night of mellow blues, storming rock and something for everyone!|
|9:30pm||Inevitable Teaspoons||The Spoons brew up songs in an old railway station in Aberdeenshire. Tea goes in, tunes come out which have been described as “balls to the wall R&B”.|
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The Beer Happening doesn't just happen, if you'll pardon the pun.
It couldn't go on without the hard work of the volunteers who put it together, man the pumps and look after you while you are here. Our thanks to them and to the sponsors and organisations who supported us.
They all make it possible for us to say to you, "Welcome to the Happening and cheers."
Robert Lindsay Organiser