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Cam & Kezia Gill Added To Black Deer Festival Line-Up

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Grammy-nominated star and UK fan favourite Cam has been added to the line-up for this year’s Black Deer Festival, alongside homegrown star Kezia Gill and many more. Tickets HERE.

The UK’s ‘Best New Festival’ takes place in the wild and spectacular surroundings of the oldest deer park in England. With a surge in sales since the announcement of 2022 and their best-priced Tier 3 tickets almost sold out, including their popular 3 for the price of 4 group deals, organisers are excited to welcome people back through the gates for the first time since the acclaimed 2019 festival. 

“I’m so excited to be playing Black Deer. It’s a whole new audience for me and I can’t wait to see how my set goes down!” – Kezia Gill

Other brand new additions to the line-up include Orange Goblin, Israel Nash, Ida Mae, Amy Helm, Noble Jacks, Blue Rose Code, Josh Okeefe, ASG, William Crighton, Madison Violet, Black Water County, The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Kezia Gill, Powerhouse Gospel Choir, The Outlaw Orchestra, Josiah, The Jonny Halifax Invocation, Black Orchids, Hannah White, Willi Carlisle, Dylan Earl, Eddy Smith & the 507, Franky Perez, Bonnie Montgomery, Misty River, Chris Fox, My Fine Companions, Hayley Ross, The County Affair, Ruby Dew, Jessie Reid and Thomas Jay. 

Back for its third year, The Black Deer Songwriter Sessions bring artists together for a Nashville-style ‘in the round’ performance you won’t see anywhere else. Confirmed this year for these intimate and must-see gatherings are Imelda May, Hiss Golden Messenger, Cam and many more. 

Another unmissable musical offering in the deer park in 2022 will be the inaugural Great Americana Songbook. A house band, led by AMA-UK award-winner Robert Vincent, will headline the festival’s party central Haley’s Bar on Saturday night and be joined by a range of artists from the Black Deer line-up to perform a set of Americana standards. The theme for 2022 is The Band’s seminal ‘The Last Waltz’.

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