The second wave of the music line-up for Deer Shed Festival has been announced, including Arab Strap, King Creosote, Honeyblood, Cabbage, Jesca Hoop and many more.
The festival had previously announced its headliners - Mercury Prize nominee Kate Tempest, indie royalty Teenage Fanclub and national treasures The Divine Comedy.
Now they will be joined by ‘next big thing’ rockers Cabbage, cult Scottish acts Arab Strap and King Creosote, acclaimed singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop and alt-rock act Honeyblood.
Also named for the festival are Warhaus, Merchandise, Let’s Eat Grandma, Hannah Lou Clark, The Lake Poets, East Fast, Goat Girl, Nilüfer Yanya, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, Xylaroo, Maia, Jalen N’Gonda, Tom Joshua, Stillhouse, Aelfen, Agbkeo and DJs Marc Riley and Andy Kershaw.
They join the already announced Ibibio Sound Machine, Teleman, Hooton Tennis Club, John Smith, BC Camplight and Laucan.
The ‘family-friendly’ weekend in North Yorkshire returns for its eighth edition this July.
Last year’s was described as “quite possibly the best family festival in the UK”.
Deer Shed Festival returns to Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, from Friday 21 to Sunday 23 July.
With a capacity of just 7,000, it offers an intimate and welcoming atmosphere for the whole family – packed with a host of free workshops and activities for the kids.
The festival always has a theme, and this year’s event appears set to once again wow its happy campers.
The Wilderwild is a place shrouded in mystery and magic on the fringes of Baldersby Park, a place where nature has been left to its own devices for many years to create a wilderness filled with adventure, craft and creativity for Deer Shedders to explore.
Tickets are on sale now and priced in tiers (for adult tickets), which means it pays to book early. For more information go to www.deershedfestival.com