With the festival season coming to a close it might be worth checking out a new and independent festival that is starting up in Surrey following the demise of the popular GuilFest, The Undercover Festival.

Ranging from internationally renowned performers to established acts nationally and a lot of promising local talent complete the line-up of this new festival to hit Surrey on the 20th & 21st Sept at the Bisley Pavilion, Brookwood, Surrey.

44 Bands / artists over 2 stages, including Dreadzone, The Cockney Rejects, The Skints, The Glitter Band, 999, Stone Foundation, Chelsea, TV Smith, The Bermondsey Joyriders, Louise Distras, New Town Kings, Dirty Revolution, The Brompton Mix.

Mick McDonagh, one of the people behind the popular Vive Le Rock Stage at GuilFest and part of the festival team, said "When we set this festival up we looked at what was special about the VLR stage and we think we have recreated and built on that multi genre buzz that was the VLR stage at GuilFest".

The festival will also be supporting 3 worthy causes; 2 that are local to Woking and one that is a national campaign, there will be a stall at the festival and a bucket collection.

The Sophie Lancaster Foundation

The Phoenix Cultural Centre

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices

Tickets are available from the festival website Here and there is no charge for parking.

The organisers would also like to point out: For the avoidance of any doubt The Undercover Festival is not an open air festival - the festival will be held in 2 rooms and a marquee at the Bisley Pavilion - undercover by nature of the music policy of this festival and undercover - well because it is....