The second wave of 38 acts have been revealed for the 11th edition of family-friendly Deer Shed Festival, which takes place at Baldersby Park near Topcliffe, North Yorkshire from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th July 2020.
For the Main Stage on Friday there's Ghostpoet, while Cate Le Bon, will play before Saturday's headliner (still to be revealed). Also new for the Main Stage are Boy Azooga, and Warmduscher. The In The Dock (second) stage has added Tim Burgess, Dream Wife, and Rina Mushonga. Headlining The Lodge Stage on Sunday is Jesca Hoop,
Folk influenced artists include Erland Cooper, Admiral Fallow, I See Rivers, Kitt Philippa, Rachael Dadd, Eve Owen, Irish Mythen, Conchur White, and The Magpies,and Irish folk duo Morrissey & Marshall present Dublin Calling, their radio show live from the festival with performances from elite players and singers from the Irish roots, Trad and Céilí world, Steo Wall, Brigid Mae Power, and Padraig Jack.
Alternative rock is covered with W.H. Lung, Do Nothing, Egyptian Blue, Kate Davis, and Friedberg., plus DJs with Rory Hoy, and Meg Ward for a late-night silent dico on Friday and Bez, to close on Sunday.
Deer Shed Festival director Oliver Jones said: “There has yet to be a year at Deer Shed where we haven’t significantly expanded the music offering. The day may eventually come where we decide we have enough amazing bands, but that year certainly isn’t 2020! Ghostpoet, Cate Le Bon, Tim Burgess, Warmduscher, joining headliners Stereolab and Baxter Dury, plus a mass of artists ready to break the big time in 2020, are all ensuring the music line-up is once again brimming with world class talent, and we still have an ace up our sleeve for the Saturday headline slot.”
Previously announced acts include Main Stage headliners Stereolab and Baxter Dury, along with Kate Tempest - Telling Poems, The Twilight Sad, Sinkane, Roddy Woomble, Snapped Ankles, Liz Lawrence, Ren Harvieu, Big Joanie, Melt Yourself Down, Dry Cleaning, and more. For the details as available please see the line-up page. The Saturday headliner will be revealed in a third announcement of music sometime soonish.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as below. Prices will increase on Saturday 1st February.
adult (16+) weekend: £140
child aged 11-15 weekend: £70
child aged 6-10 weekend: £60
child aged 3-5 weekend: £30
under 2s weekend: free but needs ticket
campervan / caravan / trailer-tent: £60 (awning extra £20).
All the kids activities and workshops free of charge.
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