The Neville Staple Band will be the headline act on 'Rocking' Saturday of the sixth Devauden Music Festival held at Devauden Village Hall near Chepstow, Monmouthshire, in South Wales on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May 2016 with the music scheduled to run from 6.30pm on Friday and from 10am on Saturday.
The Festival opens on May 20th with the Friday Folk Night. Headlining the evening will be Rusty Shackle from South Wales. More than 30 bands have been booked over the weekend, with performances on three separate stages.
The Festival has become so successful that it has outgrown its original site and this year will be held in two adjoining fields doubling the fun and entertainment. This year there's some changes with the main stages now in the field next door just under the woods. The Children's play zone, fair and vendors, food and bars will remain in the main Village Hall field linked to the music field by a central pathway romantically lit with festoon lighting.
Festival organiser Jeremy Horton said, "Neville Staple is credited with changing the face of pop not only once but twice in two of the most iconic bands of all time. I'm certain that this legend and forerunner of the ska movement will make Saturday night really special."
An early bird weekend ticket is priced at £16, a child early bird weekend ticket is priced at £10, a child is classed as anyone between 6-17. Under 6's go free. A family weekend ticket (two adults (18+) and two children (6-17)) is priced at £42. Day tickets are also available priced at £12 Saturday, and £10 for Friday.
Camping is available, there’s plenty of car parking and space for a limited number of camper vans but no caravans.
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