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Black Deer Festival 2018: Day 3 guide

Find out who is playing where on the third and final day of the festival.

Credit: Black Crow

We’re just days away from the inaugural Black Deer Festival and the excitement is definitely mounting.

Even though the festival is spread across three days, don’t expect the final day to be a chance to kick your feet back and relax. The line-up continues to be stellar with Passenger headlining the Main Stage supported by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, in their only UK appearance this year.

Find out who is playing where across all of the stages on Sunday and start planning who you’re going to go and watch!


Main Stage (open from 12.05pm)


Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Sam Palladio

The Americans

Juanita Stein

William the Conqueror

Thomas Wynn & The Believers


The Ridge (open from 12.15pm)

Ginger Wildheart

CC Smugglers

The Webb Sisters

Stu Larsen

Elles Bailey


Kate Ellis


SupaJam Stage (open from 12.20pm)

Holy Moly and the Crackers

Wildwood Kin

Jess and the Bandits

Whispering Bob’s Under the Apple Tree Songwriter Sessions

Katy Hurt


Lew Thomas


The Roadhouse (open from 12.35pm)

The Eskies


The Graveltones

Lo Chief

Benjamin William Pike

Alexander McKay



Hayley’s Bar (open from 12.20pm)

Colin Macleod

Jeannine Barry

Treetop Flyers

Dan Clews

Robbie Cavanagh

My Fine Companions

Jamie Freeman



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


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