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Black Deer Festival 2018: Day 1 guide

See who’s performing on the first day at Eridge Park.

Striking Matches
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We’re just a few days away from Black Deer Festival down in Kent, and there’s plenty happening on the opening day.

With so many artists to choose from, it can be tough to work out who you’re going to see (and still have time to explore the rest of the site). So we’ve put together a handy guide to help you catch all your favourite artists.

Whilst the main stage isn’t open on the first day, there’s still plenty of great live music happening throughout the afternoon and evening. Striking Matches will headline The Ridge Stage, whilst elsewhere there are performances from the likes of Sarah Darling, The Wandering Hearts, Robert Vincent and Sonia Leigh.

Find out who’s playing where and when below…

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The Ridge Stage (open from 3.35 PM)

Keywest

Broken Witt Rebels

The Wandering Hearts

Catherine McGrath

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Sarah Darling

Striking Matches

 

The Roadhouse / The Veranda (open from 3.20 PM)

Lauren Housley

Broken Bones Matilda

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The Outlaw Orchestra

Warsaw Radio

Marc O’Reilly

The Picturebooks

 

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Haley’s Bar (open from 3.20 PM)

Jay Scott & The Find

Ilona

The Curse Of Lono

Noble Jacks

Wallis Bird

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Robert Vincent

 

Supajam Stage (open from 3.20 PM)

Noble Jacks

Tally Spear

Whispering Bob’s Under The Apple Tree Songwriter Sessions

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Danni Nicholls

Cattle & Cane

Sonia Leigh

 

Black Deer Festival takes place at Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th June. Limited tickets are available here: https://blackdeerfestival.com/tickets/ 

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