Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls Imelda May Foy Vance The Cuban Brothers Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly Danny George Wilson Blue Rose Code Irish Mythen Wildwood Kin William The Conqueror Elephant Tree The Goat Roper Rodeo Band Emily Barker Treetop Flyers Steve Smyth Hannah White Stubb Dylan Earl Jonathan Terrell Misty River Mountain Caller Prosperina Dull Knife Simeon Hammon Dallas Jinda Biant Hobo and the Hippies Matthew Falloon Dunes The River Flows Ava'mae Izzie Yardley David Mumford Black Deer Songwriter Sessions Jake Bugg Jade Bird The London African Gospel Choir interprets Paul Simon's Graceland Orange Goblin Kitty, Daisy & Lewis Ben Ottewell Robert Vincent Declan O'Rourke Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra The Great Americana Songbook The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican Amy Montgomery Lady Nade King Creature Judy Blank 1968 Luke Jackson Clockwork Wolf & Co. Isabella Coulstock Lead Desert Blues Eddy Smith & The 507 Chris Fox My Girl The River Coney Island Maybe Jazz Phil Hooley Red, Green and Blue Van Morrison Saving Grace feat. Robert Plant & Suzi Dian Band of Skulls Ward Thomas Jordan Mackampa Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners John Smith Police Dog Hogan Talisk Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell Steak Broken Witt Rebels Native Harrow Powerhouse Gospel Choir Bess Atwell True Strays Ole Time Sailors Dan Clews The Paul Dunton Orchestra Psychlona James Kirby Hayley Ross Gorilla Ella Bleakley Black Orchids The Mountain Firework Company R.J. Ellory & The Whiskey Poets David Migden and The Twisted Roots Richard Sharp RattleSnake Hearts

About the festival

Black Deer Festival is an independent award-winning Americana and Country music festival set in the wild and historic Eridge Park in Kent. 

The festival always kicks-off the start of summer by tying in with the summer solstice weekend, which in 2021 takes place on the 25th-27th June. 

Black Deer showcases more than 70 roots-inspired artists across five unique stages. From unforgettable Main Stage performances to rowdy roof-lifting sets at Haley’s Bar Stage, and heavier blues rock at The Roadhouse Stage to intimate songwriter sessions at The Ridge Stage. Yet it’s not just on the stages where music will live. Live music will be scattered throughout Black Deer’s spectacular outdoor setting. 

Always about more than just the music, Black Deer is a family destination with a community spirit. It’s a festival built on a love of the great outdoors, the best in Live Fire and BBQ cooking, the counter-culture of custom built motorcycles and skilled artisans, and all other things authentically Americana. 

In this world of Americana and country you’ll discover not only the music you already love, but the music you’re going to love…

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