Magic Summer Live 2013 stage times

PUBLISHED: 00:00 14 July 2013 | UPDATED: 00:00 14 July 2013

Kim Wilde is set to open the main stage at Magic Summer Live 2013

Kim Wilde is set to open the main stage at Magic Summer Live 2013


MAGIC Summer Live 2013 headlined by Bryan Adams continues today (Sunday), with Hertfordshire singer Kim Wilde on the festival’s line-up.

The Kids in America singer from Codicote is due to be the first act on the main stage at Stoke Park, in Guildford, from 2pm.

Her 45-minute set will be followed by a performance by vocal harmony group The Overtones from 3.15pm.

Mark King’s jazz-funksters Level 42 are due on stage at 4.30pm, with Cool for Cats band Squeeze entertaining music fans for an hour from 6pm.

BRIT Award-winning singer/songwriter James Morrison is on from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Canadian rock legend Bryan Adams, whose hits include Summer Of ‘69 and UK number one smash (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, is scheduled to play from 9pm to 10.30pm.

The More Music Stage will start at 1pm, and will feature performances from the likes of Joe Carabine, Huddled Masses, Heatwave, Jaki Graham, Omar and The Real Thing.

Gates to the Surrey festival open at noon.

The opening day of Magic Summer Live 2013, hosted by radio station Magic 105.4, was headlined by Jamiroquai on Saturday.

Soul II Soul got the party started on the main stage at the festival’s new venue, before Beverley Knight serenaded the crowd in the sun.

Chic featuring Daft Punk collaborator Nile Rodgers had the masses grooving on the hottest day of the year.

Ocean Colour Scene and Joss Stone were also on the bill before Jay Kay took to the stage for his only UK performance for 2013.

Headliners Jamiroquai treated the Stoke Park crowd with their funky blend of pop, rock and soul, playing all their big hits, including Virtual Insanity, Cosmic Girl, Love Foolosophy and Canned Heat.

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