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Sheryl Crow to Headline Black Deer Festival 2024

November 17, 2023 12:00 pm GMT
Last Edited December 18, 2023 8:49 pm GMT

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Sheryl Crow has been unveiled as the first headliner for Black Deer Festival 2024, with the ‘All I Wanna Do’ hitmaker set to take the stage at Eridge Park, Kent on Saturday, June 15th.

Fans will be keenly looking forward to hearing Sheryl Crow deliver an array of highlights from her expansive discography, including now-iconic tracks such as ‘If It Makes You Happy’, ‘Everyday Is a Winding Road’, ‘Strong Enough’, ‘My Favourite Mistake’, ‘A Change Would Do You Good’, ‘Soak Up the Sun’ and more.

In addition, ticket-holders to Black Deer Festival 2024 will be hoping the Missouri native treats them to a selection of tracks from her highly anticipated upcoming album, Evolution.

The project is due to be released on March 29 2024, and will feature a slew of brand new offerings, including ‘You Can't Change The Weather’, ‘Broken Record’ and ‘Waiting in the Wings’.

Crow is undoubtedly a stellar addition to the Black Deer Festival 2024 line-up, with the Americana extravaganza having established itself as an unmissable occasion for UK fans of the genre.

In 2023, attendees were able to witness an electrifying roster of performances, including show-stopping sets from the likes of Stephen Wilson Jr., Bella White, Brandy Clark, Bonnie Raitt and more.

With the announcement of Sheryl Crow as the first Black Deer Festival 2024 headliner, next year's event is already shaping up to be another incredible occasion.

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