Fi.Fest is thrilled to announce the headline act for this year’s popular Berkshire festival, is the legendary pop-rock band “Scouting for Girls”, who will be performing their biggest hits, including “She’s So Lovely”, “Elvis Ain’t Dead”, and “Heartbeat” alongside many others.

They will be joined by other fantastic acts from around the UK, including The Feeling, Daft, Barrioke, DJoneF, Third Lung and Boxteles!

Get together with your friends and family and get ready to party this summer as Fi.Fest returns to Maidenhead on Saturday 8th July 2023 for a day of unforgettable entertainment!

Tickets are selling out very fast with the organisers advising attendees to grab their tickets now while they still can.

In addition to an incredible and unique line up of music, Fi.Fest is excited to announce the addition of a dedicated Kids Zone, making it the perfect event for families to enjoy together.

With food stalls, refreshments, and a lively atmosphere, you and your family will have a day to remember!

For more information, visit the Fi.Fest  website or follow them on social media.

Friends since they were five, indie pop three-piece Scouting For Girls (Roy Stride, Pete Ellard, and Greg Churchouse) have never changed to chase success. Success came to them; their 2007 self-titled debut went on to become triple platinum and birthed the generation-bridging anthems of ‘She’s So Lovely’, ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’ and ‘Heartbeat’. And they have never looked back. Scouting For Girls went on to release ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV’ (2010), ‘The Light Between Us’ (2012), ‘Still Thinking About You’ (2015), The Trouble With Boys (2019) plus the mega number 1 hit single ‘This Ain’t A Love Song’. They’ve picked up nominations for four Brits, an Ivor Novello and played everywhere from a sold out Wembley Arena to countless festival stages.

Bucking the trend, SFG are a band that continue to grow. Their 2019 tour was a huge success, and a stellar 2020 had been lined up. However, 2020 had other ideas! Like many of us, Scouting For Girls initially responded by surrounding themselves with sources of comfort and escapism, things from what felt like a simpler time. Going back to the music and culture of their childhoods in the 1980s, the band regrouped during what should have been a summer of festivals, and the result is a joyous album of 80s covers alongside some incredible new tracks, and an optimism that 2021 can be everything that 2020 was not!

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