New country, americana, and roots festival The Long Road has announced more acts to perform at Stanford Hall, Leicestershire, from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th September 2018.
New acts include British duo Ward Thomas, and US country acts Joshua Hedley, Charlie Worsham, Elizabeth Cook, Caroline Spence, Zack Logan, Dori Freeman, and American Young, slide-guitarist and singer Luke Winslow-King, Liverpool's Andy Brown, Texan-born Jarrod Dickenson, Ashley Campbell, and Swedish guitar duo Dimpker Brothers .
These join the previous confirmed announced acts join Lee Ann Womack, Billy Bragg, Angaleena Presley, The Shires, Catherine McGrath, The Wandering Hearts, Una Healy, Danielle Bradbery and many more. To see all of the line-up so far please view the line-up page.
Curated by Tennessee-born country music specialist and radio presenter Baylen Leonard, The Long Road has five stages of live performances, including one presented by BBC Music Introducing fronted by presenter of BBC Radio 2’s weekly country show Bob Harris showcasing a selection of up and coming country and Americana acts. The Birthplace of Country Music, The Bluegrass Situation (BGS), The Americana Music Association UK, and independent UK label Loose Records, will also all be involved in bringing artists to the festival to showcase talent from across the spectrum of country, Americana and roots music.
Tickets are on sale now, priced as follows:-
adult weekend with camping: £110
youth (12-15) weekend with camping: £60
junior (5-11) weekend with camping: £30
aged 0-4 weekend with camping: FREE but needs ticket.
adult weekend no camping: £90
youth (12-15) weekend no camping: £60
junior (5-11) weekend no camping: £30
aged 0-4 weekend no camping: FREE but needs ticket.
Day tickets also available.
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