The Alan Hull Songbook, The Toasters, Goldblade, Andy Kershaw, Talisman, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Pearl Handled Revolver, and Parson's Lot are this summer bound for North Yorkshire's Willowman Festival
The Alan Hull Songbook will perform classic hits written by the former Lindisfarne singer songwriter and play a number of songs never performed live before. The act is made up of current Lindisfarne members Dave Hull-Denholm and Ian Thomson.
The first acts confirmed were headliners Echo and the Bunnymen, Peter Hook and the Light, and Dreadzone, plus Hazel O'Connor, Ferocious Dog, New Groove Formation, Neck, Astralasia, The Jeff Green Project, Bessie and the Zinc Buckets, Big Red & The Grinners, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican, Louise Petit, and Charlotte Yanni.
Returning to the Hillside Rural Activities Park, Knayton between Thirsk & Northallerton, in North Yorkshire. The family friendly event takes place over four days on the Summer Solstice weekend from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st June 2015.
Festival director Steve Williams said, "I thought last year’s line-up was going to be hard to beat but 2015 has come together really nicely. The headliners speak for themselves and have already had a major positive effect on tickets sales.
"But a great festival is about more than the headline acts. We have put together an entertaining and lively line-up that will really get the place rocking all weekend long."
The event held over the Summer Solstice weekend also offers many onsite activities for children, plus a whole host of robots, faeries, jugglers and stilt walkers adding to the laid back atmosphere.
a full weekend including camping. A young person's weekend ticket (aged 12 - 16yrs old) is priced at £40. A Willowman family weekend ticket is priced at £180. A live in vehicle pass is £25, or £35 for caravans. Children aged under 12 years go free, with car parking and camping also free.
No day tickets will be issued except for Sunday. Kids under 16 must be accompanied by at least one adult (18+).
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