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Black Deer Festival 2021: new acts and day splits announced

Black Deer Festival 2021: new acts and day splits announced
Just like every other conscientious music event, this year’s Black Deer Festival had to be cancelled due to Covid. The good news is everything is in place for summer 2021, and we have more details for you today. 
 
The event will return to Eridge Park, Kent, and be held June 18th to 20th, with the 2020 headliners already secured for a triumphant 2021 instead: Wilco, Waterboys and Robert Plant. We already knew brilliant Americana performers like The Dead South were also on the bill, but so is Drive By Truckers, Lucinda Williams, and Colter Wall to name but three.
 
There are other additions. For the first time you can, for a small extra fee, begin your camping on the Thursday, while 1,500 tickets will be given free to NHS and other Key Workers. Black Deer merch is coming, and a substantial part of the festival will cover other areas of Americana life: food, fire pits and fun. 
 
Get your tickets at https://blackdeerfestival.com/.
 
Here's a pair of videos featuring the new additions:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Here are the day splits:
 
FRIDAY
Wilco
Lucinda Williams
Imelda May
The Felice Brothers
Shooter Jennings
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
Wade Bowen
The Picturebooks
Irish Mythen
The East Pointers
Caroline Spence
Indian Queens
Midnight Skyracer
Steve Smyth
The Great Machine
Prosperina
Alexander McKay
Black Deer Songwriter Session
 
SATURDAY
The Waterboys
Drive By Truckers
Jade Bird
The Milk Carton Kids
Courtney Marie Andrews
The Secret Sisters
Mt. Joy
Samantha Crain
Jack Broadbent
Madison Violet
Irish Mythen
Rob Heron & the Tea Pad Orchestra
Amy Montgomery
Josh Okeefe
The Goat Roper Rodeo band
1968
Benjamin Dakota Rogers
Isabella Coulstock
Lead Desert Blues
Black Deer Songwriter Session
 
SUNDAY
Saving Grace Feat RP
The Dead South
Colter Wall
Jordan Mackampa
Police Dog Hogan
William Prince
The Lost Bothers
ASG
Irish Mythen
Native Harrow
Black Rainbows
Siena Root
True Strays
Gorilla
Black Orchids
The Gospel Brunch feat. Powerhouse Gospel Choir
David Migden & The Twisted Roots
Black Deer Songwriter Session
 

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