Saturday 3rd September 2022
12 noon - 8pm on The Green

2013 Bands

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We have started announcing the lineup for this year’s Croxfest! Further updates soon.

On stage: 12:00

Honor Sunday

Honor Sunday were formed in January 2013 and are all mates from Parmiter’s School, Watford. Venues they have played include The Horns in Watford, Oxford Arms in Kentish Town, The Mermaid in St Albans and Proud Bar in Camden.

They play covers of bands such as Paramore, Two Door Cinema Club, Justin Timberlake, Rudimental, Disclosure and many more.

On stage: 12:40


We are MAZE, three cheeky, young creative musicians who perform our own original songs plus the occasional cover when we play live so the audience can sing along and help create a great atmosphere. We like to think our songs are individual and uplifting with a catchy “feel good” vibe while our sound has been compared to that of Maroon 5, Coldplay and Scouting For Girls.

So far we have played local festivals, club gigs and supported Stakeout at the O2 Academy Islington and are currently recording our first EP for release this Autumn. We have had great support from Vibe FM who interviewed us recently which led to us being invited to play at Croxfest 2013!

Please have a listen to one of our songs. You can also follow us on Twitter.

On stage: 13:20

The Nameless Three

The Nameless Three are a five-piece party folk act based in Hertfordshire.  Fusing bouncy folk vibes with a range of both modern and classic covers, they play something to appeal to every age group and really know how to get a party going!  Throw some three-part close harmony vocals and an album’s worth of original material into the mix and you’re left with five guys who really know how to make their acoustic instruments rock, but who still haven’t quite got the hang of counting yet…

On stage: 14:05

The Odd Eccentric

The Odd Eccentric dominated their local music scene in the late 80s with a unique blend of magic, mirth and mayhem. Press reports spoke of borderline genius and madness; musically sophisticated and visually crazed, whilst publications in Denmark where the band were a surprise hit described them as, ‘An anakronistike specielle slags‘ and ‘London’s mest efterspurgte band‘.

They have been constantly reinventing themselves since the 80s and are currently on their 30th anniversary tour. Croxfest brings them full circle, having formed in Croxley Green late 1983. Their album, ‘Odds ‘n Sods‘; a collection of their fans favourites over the years was released in 2012.

On stage: 14:50


Formed by Kip, ex vocalist of The Vibrators and The Chords, REPTILEHaUSE have performed far and wide, including support slots to Eddie and the Hot Rods, London, 999, Fields of the Nephilim and the UK Subs to name but a few. Now with a revised line up they are looking forward to more dates and recording new material.

REPTILEHaUSE are: Kip – Vocals/Guitar, Magneto – Drums, Phil – Guitar, Bruno – Bass.

On stage: 15:35


Scandal have been togeather now coming up to 14 years. We are a six pice covers band covering everything from the ’70s to present day.

This is one of the best and hardest working party bands that you are ever going to see.

On stage: 16:25

Chasing Grace

Emerging from the home county of Hertfordshire, is the duo comprised of singer-songwriters 20 year-old Philip Plested and 18 year-old Grace Ackerman.

Chasing Grace’s first E.P., Dinner Will Be Served is out now on iTunes.

On stage: 17:15

The Tuesday Club

Born at various junctures between 1957 and 1984, the actual age range and experience encased within this mysterious 8 piece, would put many of today’s more established reformers to shame.

The band have a look & style that falls somewhere between The Rocky Horror show, Oh Boy!, Carry on Screaming, a BBC period drama & Dad’s Army, the Tuesdays certainly give off a refreshing air of who cares, which has got to be worth something in todays dark days of austerity!

On stage: 18:10

The Spitfires

After the critical success of the bands first single Spark to Start / Sirens released last November, the Watford 3 piece have won many more friends in the last few months with their stunning live shows.

June 17th will see The Spitfires launch another attack, with their 2nd single Tell Me / Words To Say on Griffiths Records. Both songs were recorded at Paul Weller’s Black Barn Studio in Surrey and produced by Charles Rees.

On stage: 19:10


DeLorean play blistering sets of 70s & 80s rock combining all of your favourites from the greatest periods of rock history and giving you a night to remember!

A motley crew (no pun intended) of 5 professional standard rock musicians, DeLorean offer the full package of hi-octane rock n’ roll coupled with an exhilarating stage performance.

DeLorean perform anthemic tracks by legendary artists such as Bon Jovi, Guns N’ Roses, Whitesnake, AC/DC, Queen, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Billy Idol, The Scorpions and many, many more!