Music in the Sun

Music In Sun

Nonstop Events Ltd presents the North of England's most nationally acclaimed and greatly missed award winning festival.

Live Music Stage / X3 Music Arenas

Funfair/Children's Zones

Exhibitions/Talent Competitions

Displays/Overall family entertainment and fun

Don Valley Grass Bowl, August 2008

Saturday 2nd August 2008 – 1pm-midnight

Sunday 3rd August 2008 – 1pm – 9pm

  • Wiley (Roll Deep) Wearing my Rolex

  • Jazzie B (Full Soul 2 Soul Sound system)

  • Fatman Scoop (Crooklyn Clan)

  • Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys) World Exclusive D.J. Set

  • Steve Edwards and Lords of the Flat Bush

  • Punjabi M.C.

  • Chris Goldfinga (BBC Radio 1)

  • Levi Roots

  • Carol Thompson

  • Peter Hunningale

Hosted by Gus and Mickey (BBC 1 Eastenders)

Plus acclaimed supporting acts and up and coming local talent showcase.

Find out more at:

Music in the Sun
1:00pm Saturday 2 August, to 12:00am Sunday 3 August 2008
Music in the Sun
1:00pm to 9:00pm Sunday 3 August 2008

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