Our 2024 Music Lineup

With three days of live music at the fringe, there’s definitely something for everyone. Whether you’re into headliners like Blue, T’Pau, and Callum Beattie, or prefer discovering new emerging talent and local artists on the rise, we’ve got a diverse range of live music for you.

Friday 5th July


Callum Beattie

This Scottish singer-songwriter is gaining increasing recognition for his uplifting guitar-driven pop anthems. His debut album ‘People Like Us’ became a phenomenon during the pandemic, hitting the top spot on the Scottish charts and breaking out nationally with the hard-hitting home truths behind ‘Salamander Street’ and naked emotion of ‘Daddy’s Eyes’. His new album ‘Vandals’, featuring the lead single ‘Heart Stops Beating’, is unrepentant and ruthlessly honest.

Describing his new album Callum says “When I write songs, I’m imagining that people are screaming them back to me at festivals… I like anthemic music, and I guess this new album is exactly that.”

Saturday 6th July

Sunday 7th July



Ahead of their upcoming “Greatest Hits” tour, multimillion selling BRIT Award winners Blue will play out the last night, Sunday 7th July, at The Haslemere Fringe.

Since forming in London in the year 2000 and achieving their first hit ‘All Rise’ in 2001, Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe, more widely known as Blue, have sold 15 million records worldwide. In the UK they’ve had 3 number 1 albums, 10 top 10 singles (including 3 number 1’s), won Brit and MTV Awards and sung with Elton John and Stevie Wonder.



Led by power vocalist Carol Decker, T’Pau enjoyed a string of hits in the late 80’s and early 90’s – most notably “China in your Hand” and “Heart and Soul.” Their debut album “Bridge of Spies”, released in 1987, sold over 1.2 million copies in the UK alone, going quadruple platinum.
The original band split in 1991 and Carol dropped out of the music scene for a few years, but in 1997 she decided to resurrect T’Pau with a new lineup. They have kept a steady touring schedule, including numerous 80s revival gigs, ever since.