Black Deer announce day splits and even more acts
Black Deer is going to be your first chance to stand in a field full of music with complete freedom this summer, assuming Boris carries on as he is, and today the festival has announced more of the acts you’ll be able to see.
Fans of John Peel can rejoice in The Cuban Brothers, people of a certain rock age can enjoy Ginger Wildheart and the Sinners, while Kitty, Daisy and Lewis are playing, as is Jake Bugg with a full band, and also this massive list:
Danny George Wilson, Blue Rose Code, The Bar Steward Sons of Val Doonican, Treetop Flyers, The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Steak, Broken Witt Rebels, Powerhouse Gospel Choir, Old Time Sailors, Hannah White, Jonathan Terrell, King Creature, The Orange Circus Band, The Paul Dunton Orchestra, Luke Jackson, Hayley Ross, Ruby Dew, James Kirby, Dull Knife, Simeon Hammond Dallas, Jinda Biant, Eddy Smith and the 507, Chris Fox, The Mountain Firework Company, Hobo and the Hippies, My Girl the River, Izzie Yardley, Coney Island Maybe, The River Flows, Ava’Mae, Rattlesnake Hearts, Phil Hooley, Red, Green and Blue and David Mumford.
Let’s break this down a bit, as the day splits have been announced. Frank Turner is headlining Friday, Jake Bugg is headlining Saturday, and Van Morrison is headlining Sunday, with both weekend and day tickets available on the website
. The festival is June 25 to 27 (aka the first weekend of freedom), in Eridge Park, Kent.
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