We talked to Karl Hancock, co-founder of Buckle and Boots festival which is set to take place between 24-26 June at Whitebottom Farm in Stockport. The impressive line-up consists of 3 headline acts – Raintown, Ward Thomas and Phil Vassar, accompanied by a huge array of talent from both the UK and the US.
We were intrigued to know a little bit more about the origins of the festival and who is behind it, so we got the chance to ask Karl about where the idea came from and what they are hoping to provide for fans. We also got an insight into Whitebottom Farm and the why it was chosen as the location for Buckle and Boots.
You can have a listen to the interview below. Tickets are available for the festival at buckleandboots.co.uk – don’t miss out!
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