Black Deer Festival has announced another round of artists for this year’s line-up.
New additions include The Shires, Alabama 3 (acoustic), The Magic Numbers, Stephen Spender, The Breretons, Mg Boulter, Gwenifer Raymond, The Folly Brothers, The Lowly Strung, Ma Polaines Great Decline, Louis Rive, Hollie Rogers, Lucy Kitt, Ciara Rafferty, Ryan Farmer and Holly Rose Webber.
On playing Black Deer Festival, The Shires say, “We’re really excited to play Black Deer Festival with some of the most influential artists in Americana and country music. We can’t wait to perform in the stunning surroundings of Eridge Park in just a few short weeks – it’s going to be a truly special summer show.”
Larry Love of Alabama 3 says, “Alabama3 are extremely excited to be invited to The Black deer Festival so keep your stetsons sharp , your yodels high and your hoedowns low……The Sheriffs lost his badge and the deputy is in the jailhouse now!”
Black Deer Festival has also announced that professional trade association The AMA-UK will take to the Live Fire stage to engage festival goers in the history of the prestigious group.
The panel will see UK Country trailblazers Stevie Freeman (AMAUK CEO), Bob Harris OBE (Legendary BBC Radio 2 Country show DJ), Emily Barker (UK Artist Of The Year winner 2018), Robert Vincent (Bob Harris Emerging Artist winner 2016, UK Album of The Year 2018) and Danni Nicholls (Nominee Album and Artist 2017 & 2018) share stories of The AMA-UK in all its glory, from formation through to its vital award shows.
Black Deer Festival takes place at Eridge Park, Kent from 21st to 23rd June 2019. Tickets are available from https://blackdeerfestival.com/tickets/.