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Black Deer Festival Announces New 2022 Line-Up Additions

April 13, 2022 3:17 pm GMT
Last Edited May 31, 2023 2:57 pm GMT

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Black Deer have announced a new wave of line-up additions for the 2022 instalment of the festival, taking place from June 17 - 19 2022 in Kent, England.

Festival crowd favourite James will join Van Morrison, Wilco and The Water Boys as headliners.

Grammy nominated Nashville artist Cam will also be heading over the pond for the weekend, alongside Hiss Golden Messenger and Israel Nash, ready to share the stage with the likes of Drive-By Truckers, Imelda May and Jake Bugg.

Other newly announced names include Orange Goblin, Ida Mae, Amy Helm, Noble Jacks, Blue Rose Code, Josh Okeefe, ASG, William Crighton, Madison Violet, Black Water County, The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Kezia Gill, Powerhouse Gospel Choir, The Outlaw Orchestra, Josiah, The Jonny Halifax Invocation, Black Orchids, Hannah White, Willi Carlisle, Dylan Earl, Eddy Smith & the 507, Franky Perez, Bonnie Montgomery, Misty River, Chris Fox, My Fine Companions, Hayley Ross, The County Affair, Ruby Dew, Jessie Reid and Thomas Jay. 

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Commenting on the announcement, Hiss Golden Messenger said: “We are absolutely thrilled to play Black Deer this year.

After so many years away from the UK due to COVID, we can’t wait to return to a place that continues to be very special to us.”

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