Music 2020

Crick is proud to be Britain's biggest inland waterways festival, but the Crick experience wouldn't be complete without a full weekend of music entertainment. Enjoy a wide selection of music performed live in the Wheatsheaf Marquee from noon 'til night.

Entry to the evening entertainment is included in the price of your ticket - making a trip to Crick Boat Show incredible value for money.

Headliner Saturday 23 May – Queen tribute MERCURY

Queen tribute band Mercury

Having just celebrated their 20th anniversary, Mercury have established themselves as one of the most authentic tributes to Freddie Mercury and Queen.

Mercury on stage

Mercury’s choreographed stage show mixes beautifully-crafted harmonies and intricate guitar work with spectacular and authentic costumes, showmanship and energetic performances. The band have previously played Queen’s hits to Brian May himself, as well as Freddie Mercury’s family.

On Saturday 23 May, this award-winning band will bring their dynamic and hugely entertaining performance to Crick.


Headliner Sunday 24 May – DR FEELGOOD

Dr Feelgood

DrFeelgood-on-stage-400.jpgOne of the most popular and exciting rhythm and blues acts in the world, Dr Feelgood's ‘no nonsense live energy’ will get  Crick to its feet and joining in with global hits including ‘Roxette’, ‘Milk and Alcohol’ and ‘See You Later Alligator’.


The current line-up features Kevin Morris on drums, Phill Mitchell on bass, Steve Walwyn on guitar, and Robert Kane (formerly of The Animals) on harmonica and vocals. Dr Feelgood are a class act not to be missed.

Dr Feelgood

All evening entertainment is included in the price of your day/weekend ticket, making a visit to Crick Boat Show excellent value for money.

Details of supporting music acts and the music schedule will be announced soon. Check back here for details.


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In an increasingly fast-paced and crowded world, the Canal & River Trust’s historic canals and rivers provide a local haven for people and nature.

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Since opening in 1996, Crick Marina has become one of the most sought-after marinas in the country.

Crick marina has a great location on a 21-mile lock-free pound, ideal for relaxed weekends afloat, yet handy for all major cruising routes.


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