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Black Deer Festival reveal second lineup announcement

12 February 2019 news


Black Deer Festival have made their second lineup announcement and have revealed that The Staves, Kris Kristofferson, The Mavericks, Marcus King, Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton and Groundhogs will be performing over the three-day festival.

Taking place at Eridge Park in Kent between the 21st and 23rd of June, Black Deer Festival is heading into its second year and the acts will join the likes of Band of Horses, The Dead South and Ryan Bingham.

In addition to the vast number of new names in addition the aforementioned names, The Wandering Hearts and The Sheepdogs will both be returning to the festival as part of the ‘Deerly Beloveds’ programme, which encourages fans to vote on who to bring back following a set on the festival grounds.

Ferris & Sylvester, who have also been announced to play, are ecstatic to be on the bill and are chomping at the bit to show crowds what they can do.

“We are thrilled to be included in the Black Deer line up this year,” the group said in a statement. “Black Deer champions up and coming folk/blues artists every year and it feels amazing to have been invited to play. We cannot wait to be involved and get our teeth stuck into this year’s festival season!”

Artists announced to date (A-Z):

Asteroid, Band of Horses, Black Wizards, Brant Bjork, Chance McCoy, Child, Daniel Antopolsky, Duel, Fantastic Negrito, Ferris & Sylvester, Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys, Groundhogs, Hayseed Dixie, Irish Mythen,  Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton, John Butler Trio, John Smith, Justin Townes Earle, King Buffalo, Kris Kristofferson & The Strangers, Larkin Poe, Left Lane Cruiser, Lucero, Martin Harley, Morganway, Mountains, Neko Case, Paul Cauthen, Radio Moscow, Redwood, Roxanne De Bastion, Ryan Bingham, Sonic Gypsy, Steak, Stubb, The Dead South, The Marcus King Band, The Mavericks, The Sheepdogs, The Staves, The Vintage Caravan, The Wandering Hearts, The Trials of Cato, William Crighton, Worry Dolls, Yawning Man.