More acts plus the day splits have been revealed for next year's edition of Americana and Country music festival Black Deer Festival, which takes place in Britain's oldest deer park at Eridge Park, Kent, from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th June 2021.
The new additions are Grammy Award winning singer songwriter Lucinda Williams, Southern roots rocking heroes Drive-By Truckers, Canadian cowboy Colter Wall (pictured above), Midlands-via-Senegal modern soul singing sensation Jordan Mackampa, vintage folk rockers Mt. Joy, primal blues-rock duo The Picturebooks, two-time Native American Music Award winner Samantha Crain, Swedish rock'n'rollers Siena Root, the dark and hypnotic Indian Queens, Israeli three piece The Great Machine, and psych rock from Cheshire's1968.
They join a line-up with headliners Wilco, The Waterboys, Saving Grace rt. Robert Plant & Suzi Dian, plus others including The Dead South, Imelda May, Jade Bird, The Milk Carton Kids, The Felice Brothers, The Secret Sisters, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Police Dog Hogan, Irish Mythen, Caroline Spence, Jack Broadbent, Wade Bowen, ASG, The Lost Brothers, William Prince, and more, with more to be announced. For the details including day splits please see the line-up page.
Transporting attendees to America's deep south, Live Fire will see the very best chefs, pitmasters, butchers and woodsmen appear in their own fiery performance of cooking demonstrations and masterclasses that'll both educate and inspire. For 2021, Live Fire chefs include Caravan's Group Executive Chef Matt Burgess, former River Cottage chef, author and TV authority Tim Maddams, CountryWoodSmoke's Marcus Bawdon, Hunter Gatherer Cook's Nick Weston, founder of DeliVita wood-fired ovens Joe Formisano, Hang Fire Southern Kitchen's Sam Evans & Shuana Guinn, owner of Bristol Fire School, chef and acclaimed best-selling author Genevieve Taylor, charcoal guru Whittle & Flame's Matt Williams, chef, food writer and latest Ready Steady Cook star Romy Gill MBE, world class BBQ competition team Bunch Of Swines, Game and Flames' hunt specialist and chef Cai ap Bryn, and Weber BBQ's Head Grill Masters Dan Cooper and Gyles Foster.
New for 2021, Eridge Park is set to offer early entry to ticketholders from 4pm Thursday 17th June for an additional fee, whilst kids are able to go for free. This will offer access to the General Campsite with amenities, food and beverages available.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
Adult with camping: £172.99
Junior (6-17) with camping: £75.68
Adult without camping: £151.37
Junior without camping: £64.87
Child (0-5): free, but requires a ticket
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