Our Saturday lineup at the Deepdale Festival is just bursting with talent and sparkles with musical gems all the way through the bill, right from the start of the day, so you really won’t want to miss a single act!
Our Brick Barn headliners Man The Lifeboats are set to build on their storming Sunday appearance last year, with stomping folk rock impossible not to jump around to. Over on our Orchard Stage, you simply mustn’t miss the wonderful nationally acclaimed Kitty Macfarlane, singing songs from her simply beautiful Namer of Clouds album, followed by classy multi-influenced Cambridge band Fred’s House to close out this stage.
There are so many other highlights through the day, including classical alt-folk duo Fran & Flora; the voodoo rock of Das Fenster & The Alibis; the electric blues of Dove & Boweevil; rising Norfolk country music star Lucy Grubb and Eastern European influenced folk from Bristol-based Cut Throat Francis.
We’re also very excited to be joined by the Marham Military Wives Choir for a special performance in St Mary’s Church.
Atmospheric instrumental rock from The Wolf Number sits alongside established singer songwriter Niki Gregory returning to the stage for the first time in a little while; synth/guitar pop from London-based Chile contrasts with eclectic alt-folk masterpieces from local group Wendsum; finely crafted guitar pop songs from Vincent Knight complements the delicately honed folk stylings of Nobodaddy.
It’s a wide-ranging tour of the hugely talented original musical landscape of East Anglia and beyond. Come and join us on the journey!
Tickets available here: www.deepdalefestival.co.uk