The Sunday lineup for this year’s Deepdale Festival is simply one we think you shouldn’t miss!
We have a full day and evening of stunning music lined up, and have great pleasure in welcoming the hugely influential folk music luminary Martin Carthy to our Brick Barn Stage. Intricately entwined with the history and traditions of English folk music from the 1960s to the present day, he remains a passionate collector and interpreter of essential musical stories. An unmissable highlight of the weekend!
Closing out the Festival after a barnstorming performance at Deepdale in March are Radio 2 Folk Award nominees, the brilliantly energetic and eclectic Gentlemen of Few, preceded by the country blues of Wales’ finest, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band, fresh from launching their latest album produced by The Magic Numbers’ Romeo Stodart.
The day is a cornucopia of hugely exciting original roots, Americana and country music from Smith & Brewer; The Tin Heart Troubadours in a special concert in St Mary’s Church with string quartet; local folk band Rattlebox; wonderful local songwriters Marina Florance, Bernard Hoskin and Alton Wahlberg.
Alton is also organising a showcase session for his AWMTV project, supporting and promoting the best new talent in East Anglia – Dusky Sunday, BAILEY, Allie Tooke and Keith Sadler will be performing brunch sets on The Orchard Stage; with rising local country star Vic Allen with her band, and fantastic Norwich-based alternative rock and soul band Galli completing the full-to-bursting lineup for Sunday.
We now have a limited number of camping pitches and rooms available just for the Sunday, so contact our office on 01485 210256 to book these!
For other day and weekend tickets book here: www.deepdalefestival.co.uk