MILTON JONES, ROLLING BLACKOUTS COASTAL FEVER & MORE | DEER SHED FESTIVAL ANNOUNCE NEXT WAVE OF ACTS – FEATURE

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Deer Shed Festival at night | credit: Deer Shed Festival

DEER SHED have announced the next wave of acts for the tenth edition of the ever-growing festival. The event takes place across the last weekend in July and will once again be welcoming families from far and wide to North Yorkshire.

Saturday’s main stage headliners have been revealed in the form of Melbourne indie icons Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever whilst the comedy stage will play host to one-line maestro Milton Jones and the legendary Reginald D. Hunter.

Other music additions include acoustic songstress Lucy RoseDeer Shed veterans Palace and Insecure Men – aka Fat White Family‘s Saul Adamczewski’s slacker project. The hotly tipped Fontaines D.C will be present at Baldersby Park – as will former The Beta Band frontman Steve Mason.

They join the already announced first-ever-Sunday-night-headliner Ezra FurmanDeer Shed alumni The Big Moon/Palma Violets hybrid Gently Tender and Friday headliner Anna Calvi.

Deer Shed Festival is one of the UK’s leading family festivals and former acts impressively include The Wedding Present, Billy BraggDeclan McKenna and Hinds. Combining arts, music, comedy and for the first time live podcasts, the Topcliffe event has gained momentum over the past decade and become one of the most accessible festivals for everyone.

The full line-up can be found on the poster below.

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TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW | TIER 3 ARE £145

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