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Head to Potters Fields Park by Tower Bridge and enjoy best new troubadour and folk sounds live on The Boatshed Stage at The Riverside Festival.

Saturday 5 September, 12pm – 7pm

12.15pm – 1.15pm Rhythms of the City
1.45pm – 2.30pm Milly Upton
2.45pm – 3.30pm Hayley Harland
3.45pm – 4.30pm Alexander Wolfe
4.45pm – 5.30pm The Debt Collective
5.45pm – 6.45pm Rhythms of the City

Sunday 6 September, 12pm – 7pm

1.15pm – 1.55pm Jack Williams
2.10pm – 2.50pm FAWN
3.05pm – 3.45pm Allman Brown
4pm – 4.45pm Jack Durtnall
5pm – 5.45pm Joe Strouzer
6pm – 7pm Colombian band

Milly Upton

After a busy summer performing at festivals including Glastonbury, Somersault, Boardmasters & Blissfields, singer songwriter Milly Upton is set to deliver her well-crafted songs with instantly catchy melodies at The Riverside Festival on Saturday.

Hayley Harland

Hayley’s indie folk style emerged when a family friend left her an antique ukulele. This summer she performed at Hultsfred and Mandrea festival before touring Scandinavia with Martha Paton and Swedish band, Lionfly Secrets. Previous shows include Glastonbury, Reading Festival, Great Escape and Guilfest.

Alexander Wolfe

**** Q magazine

The most beautiful album I have heard in years. Period

An object lesson in how to wring out every last drop of emotion

a beautiful album with echoes of Nick Drake
The Sunday Times

Jack Williams

Solo acoustic artist from the south of London, Jack Williams has supported acts including Passenger, KT Tunstall, Tribes and Gabrielle Aplin. In his emotive storytelling, Jack draws influences from Jeff Buckly, Justin Vernon and John Mark Mcmillan.

Allman Brown

London-based singer-songwriter influenced by the likes of Bon Iver, James Vincent McMorrow and Sufjan Stevens, Allman Brown’s three EPs to date have seen him build a solid fanbase on both sides of the Atlantic. His 2013 debut song, "Sons And Daughters" (a duet with Liz Lawrence) has recently amassed over 1.6 million streams on Spotify. New single "Rivers" is due for release in November on Akira Records (Phoria, Still Parade, Henry Green).

Jack Durtnall

Playing his blend of lyrically-driven electronic pop and soul Jack Durtnall has achieved critical acclaim on Radio 1 as BBC introducing Track of The Week (2014) and Glastonbury Emerging Talent with nominations in 2014 and 2015.