Due to an injury to lead singer Dave Cousins, Strawbs are unable to perform on the Sunday at Village Pump Folk Festival taking place from Friday 24th until Sunday 26th July 2015, at the White Horse Country Park, in Wiltshire.
Organisers have announced that taking their place will be Keston Cobblers Club.
The full line-up also includes Show of Hands, Treacherous Orchestra, Megson, Edward II, Oysterband, Mad Dog Mcrea, Sam Green & The Midnight Heist, Calan, The Spooky Men's Chorale, The Roving Crows, Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick, Barbara Dickson and Nick Holland, The Broonzies, False Lights, CoCo and the Butterfields, Wille and The Bandits, Ruarri Joseph, Allan Yn Y Fan, Mick Ryan & Paul Downes, The Carrivick Sisters, Cardboard Fox, Keith Christmas, Striding Edge, Jenna, Rob Lear, Bill Smarme & The Bizness, Up The Creek, Worry Dolls, Striding Edge, Phil Cooper, Kirsty Clinch, Leander Morales, Polly Barrett, Jackie and Felix Byrne, Gaz Brookfield, Foreign Affairs, and The Village Pump Choir.
Geoff Cripps the festival’s volunteer Marketing Director said, "Evening concert tickets represent terrific value for money as the purchaser can sample from our packed programme across the four stages of the White Horse Country Park. We would advise people to book as soon as possible to ensure that they secure their tickets for what promises to be a fantastic event."
For the line-up details and day splits see the Village Pump Folk Festival line-up page.
Tickets are being sold on a tier system. Weekend tickets for the event are now available at Tier 3 prices of £120 adult. Tickets for 11-17 years olds are half price, child (aged 5-10 years) ticket is priced at £10, under 4s free of charge. This includes free camping.
Day tickets are priced at £30/£15 for the Friday and at £65/£35 for the Saturday or Sunday of the event.
Attendees can expect music over two main stages, plus smaller sessions, children's entertainment, comedy, workshops, beer, and trade stalls selling food.
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