The Legends Festival Exeter may have been 2 years delayed but it was a great event nonetheless
My family are festival mad and while I prefer my camping chair and ice cold beer to be right in front of our TV that means nothing to these guys. Glastonbury, Reading Festival, Download and Latitude all featured high on the agenda back in 2019 but 2020 was another story.
Covid hit the UK hard in 2020 which meant that festivals like so many other things were derailed, first being postponed until 2021 and then again until 2022. Finally we managed to pack up the food boxes, kids and camping equipment in April this year and head down to the Westgate Centre just outside of Exeter to enjoy a somewhat cut-down but no less enjoyable Legends Festival featuring some of our all time favourite bands, albeit cover artists of great quality.
Two days of amazing music, dance and all-round entertainment meant that the Legends Festival Exeter delivered on the promises made by it’s organisers a couple of years earlier.
The headline acts for the show were:
- Queen (Killer Queen)
- Take That (Rule The World) & Robbie Williams (Dan Budd)
- Madness (Badness)
- Oasis (Oasish)
- ABBA (ABBA Mania)
- The Beatles (The Upbeat Beatles)
- Michael Jackson (Ben)
- Tina Turner (Totally Tina)
- Kylie Minogue (Rogue Minogue)
- Coldplay (Cloneplay)
Like to know more?
Visit the Legends Festival Exeter facebook page for updates on future events