Maverick Festival, now in its 11th year, takes place at Easton Farm Park, Easton, Woodbridge, in Suffolk from Friday 6th until Sunday 8th July 2018.
The festival celebrates Americana, Alt-Country, and Roots with music, film, and workshops.
Confirmed acts include The Danberrys, Hank Wangford, Hillfolk Noir, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Jonathan Byrd, BJ Cole, Curse of Lono, Danny And The Champions Of The World, Amelia White, Dylan Earl, Jeffrey Martin, Anna Tivel, Most Ugly Child, Lucas and King, Porchlight Smoker, Arkansas Dave, Pepe Belmonte, The Vagaband, The Local Honeys, and more.
For a list of acts as announced, please see the line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £100 for an adult weekend ticket with camping, or £80 without camping, £25 for kids (10-15 years), children under 10 free. Day tickets are also available.
A caravan/campervan pass is priced at £25.
Festivities usually kick off on Friday night with the welcome jamboree in the Barn, followed by a full programme on Saturday that will include music and dance, performances and workshops, spread across four stages, indoors and out. The sanctified sounds of the Gospel Brunch will raise the rafters in the Barn and bring things to a close on Sunday.
This year, to help their friends at the Jimmie Rodgers Museum celebrate their fortieth anniversary, Maverick will present a programme of Jimmie Rodgers classics sung by a line-up of special guests, plus an exhibition of specially commissioned art by Jon Langford and Martin Glover.
Local vendors provide a tasty offering of regional fayre that will include locally reared meat, game, fish and vegetables, ice creams and gourmet coffee, as well as locally brewed ales, lagers, juices and wine.
The Native American Trading Post
Camden Lock's The Native American Trading Post will be there promoting all things Native American to the UK, including music, dance and storytelling as well as traditional and contemporary jewellery and crafts.
More information will be here when available.
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