ABR Festival 2024: Live music line-up announced

If you’ve been to the ABR Festival before, you’ll know that the live music is one of the highlights of the weekend.

That’s why, for 2024, we’ve partnered with BikerHeadz, the UK’s largest supplier of premium motorcycle gear, to bring you our greatest-ever live music lineup.

There’ll be everything from classic rock songs from the ’60s and ’70s to soul and funk that’s guaranteed to get you dancing and belters you won’t be able to resist singing along to.

Check out who’s playing at the Bikerheadz Stage across the weekend.

Ticket holders enjoying the ABR Main stage at the Adventure Biker Rider Festival

THURSDAY VIP DAY

If you were lucky enough to snag a ticket to the exclusive Thursday VIP Day, you’re in for a treat. Not only will you have early access to the trails, manufacturer test rides, and more, but you’re also invited to the VIP Party. Headlining the BikerHeadz Stage on Thursday, 27 June, will be Britain’s finest rhythm and blues outfit, Dr Feelgood. Famed for their gritty and raw performances, expect mega-hits such as Milk and Alcohol and Roxette to set the tone for the weekend.

Thursday VIP night headliners Dr Feelgood

The ABR Festival and the BikerHeadz Stage will be opened by Definitely Mightbe, the longest-running Oasis tribute band in the world. They’ll set the tone for the rest of the evening with their authentic recreations of hits like Don’t Look Back in Anger and Wonderwall.

Local legends Orange River Remedy, who will bring psych-rock sounds and good vibes to the stage, and The Police Force, who will recreate the iconic look, sound, and energy of the legendary reggae-punk trio The Police, will provide the rest of Thursday night’s support.

The Police Force on the ABR Main Stage

BIKERHEADZ STAGE, FRIDAY

Friday is rock and roll day at the ABR Festival, and after you’ve cleaned the trail mud off your boots (or not, your choice), grab a cold one and head to where the party’s at.

Taking to the BikerHeadz Stage first on Friday will be the blues rock and big long beards of ZZ Topp’d followed by Cream of Clapton, who plays the licks of Eric Clapton with such virtuosity that you’d be forgiven that Slowhand himself is on stage.

CODA will take over from Clapton to unleash the heavy riffs of Led Zeppelin upon the ABR Festival, and after that, Quo’d will bring Status Quo’s classic hits to life.

Friday night gets sent out with a T.N.T-sized bang with Let There B/DC, who will have you head banging the night away.

Guitar on the ABR Main Stage

Bikerheadz Stage, Saturday

We’ve got another massive line-up on Saturday, starting with The Konks (The Kinks), followed by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers UK. Then we take it back to the 80s with The Smyths (The Smiths) and U2UK, before The Decades Band sets the party alight with classic hits from the last six decades, covering styles from pop to rock, funk to soul, blues to rock ‘n’ roll – and everything in between.

The full weekend line-up of the Bikerheadz Stage can be found here.

The base player for the party band The Decades

When the engines stop, the party starts. Make no mistake, the ABR Festival unlike any other bike meet or rally: it’s a full-blown festival and party. The BikerHeadz Stage is one of two stages where you’ll be able to listen to live music, everything from classic Ibiza house to Brazilian samba. It’s going to be massive.

Keeping the party engine lubricated is the giant Spada Bar, strategically located in the centre of the action. If you haven’t got your tickets yet, I suggest you move quickly, because we are down to our last few tickets remaining. Don’t wait until they’re sold out, get yours today here.

Final Tickets Remaining

Will you be tapping your foot at the BikerHeadz Stage at this year’s ABR Festival, or will you be one of the ones who missed out? Weekend tickets are over 98% sold out which mean’s there’s not much time left to secure your spot.

The ABR Festival 2024 (28-30 June) will be an adventure biking paradise with so much to see and do across the weekend. Tickets are still available for only £159, which gives you three days of incredible riding and entertainment, including two nights of camping, within the magnificent Ragley Hall Estate, but they won’t be available for much longer (and tickets won’t be on sale on the day). Buy yours today by clicking the button below.

Get your tickets today before they’re gone for good.