Following its postponement last year, Godiva festival is returning to Coventry for a 22nd year of great music and great vibes in the city’s War Memorial park.

From Friday, September 3 to Sunday, September 5, huge national and international music acts will be performing at the festival, including the likes of Steel Banglez and Sister Sledge.

As this year’s festival coincides with Coventry’s City of Culture appointment, Godiva has teamed up with the City of Culture trust to organise a “specially commissioned Bollywood spectacular” as part of the weekend’s fun.

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Tickets for Godiva are still available from as little as £7.50.

If you’re interested in attending, here’s a breakdown of the festival line-up and schedule to help you organise your weekend:

Godiva Festival Line-up and schedule

Friday

You can expect to see the following acts at these times when the festivities kick off on Friday evening.

On the Main Stage:

The Bad Divine – 6:10pm

Candid – 6:50pm

Therapy? – 7:55pm

Supergrass – 9:15pm

On the Serendipity Stage:

Mass Karaoke – 7:00pm

Saturday

Things get into full swing on Saturday with performances from Craig David and Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

On the Main Stage:

Roddy Radiation & The Skabilly Rebels – 1:20pm

Big Joanie – 2:05pm

Nova Twins – 2:50pm

Dream Wife – 3:40pm

Macka B & The Roots Ragga Band – 4:30pm

The Selecter – 5:20pm

Steel Banglez – 6:15pm

Zuzu – 7:20pm

Sophie Ellis-Bextor – 8:15pm

Craig David presents TS5 – 9:20pm

On the Next Stage:

Tom Brannan – 12:15pm

Daniel Badura12:45pm

Bambi Bains – 1:20 pm

Celina Sharma – 1:55pmp

Standard Procedure – 2:40pm

General Levy – 3:35pm

Daddy Woody’s Band – 4:30 pm

Abz Winter – 5:15pm

DeeLayDee – 5:55pm

Bodalia – 6:30pm

Reflection – House is a Feeling7:45pm

On the Serendipity Stage:

Elite Academy – 12:40pm

Bhangra Tots – 1:05pm

Fun Science Stage Show – 1:30pm

Matt Barnard – 2:05pm

Bonkers Balloons – 2:30pm

Elite Academy – 2:55pm

Bhangra Tots – 3:20pm

Fun Science Stage Show – 3:45pm

Gareth Jones – 4:20pm

Bonkers Balloons – 4:45pm

Elite Academy – 5:10pm

Mass Karaoke – 7:00pm

Sunday

The festival will close with some big names, including Coventry’s own local legend, Punjabi MC.

On the Main Stage:

Rock Choir – 12:30pm

Nathan Evans – 1:15pm

Panjabi MC – 1:45pm

The Bollywood Jam starring Kanika Kapoor, Mumzy Stranger and Bollyflex – 2:10pm

David Rodigan – 3:15pm

Fun Lovin’ Criminals – 4:25pm

Sister Sledge – 5:30pm

On the Next Stage:

Mugenkyo – Taiko drumming – 12:20pm

Jessie Lea – 1:05pm

A performance from Coventry Music Hub – 1:35pm

Back Chat Brass – 6:15pm

On the Serendipity Stage:

Bhangra Tots – 12:40pm

Octonauts – 1:10pm

Johnny and the Raindrops – 1:50pm

Back Chat Brass – 2:25pm

Bhangra Tots – 2:50pm

Johnny and the Raindrops – 3:25pm

Back Chat Brass – 4:00pm

Baby Loves Disco – 4:30pm

On at the Circus Ring:

Falconer – 12:15pm

Angie Mack – Hoola Hoop – 1:00pm

Black Eagles – 1:25pm

Wolly Crown – 1:50pm

Phase One – Steel Pan Band – 2:15pm

Octonauts – 2:40pm

Angie Mack – Hoola Hoop – 3:05pm

Black Eagles – 3:30pm

Wolly Crown – 3:55pm

Octonauts – 4:20pm

Phase One – Steel Pan Band – 4:45pm

The line-up and schedule is as stated on the Godiva Festival website and subject to change. Find more info including ticket purchasing details here.

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