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Band of Horses Confirmed As First Black Deer Festival Headliners

Thursday, 29 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Black Deer will return in 2019.

The second edition of the independent event will welcome Band of Horses as headliners, with the organisers out to top an inaugural staging that bagged them an armful of awards to file away alongside the memories.

What? A three day, multi-stage festival celebrating Americana and country.

Where? Eridge Park, Kent.

When? June 21-23.

Who? Alongside Band of Horses on the bill you’ll find John Butler Trio, Jade Bird, the Dead South, Larkin Poe and many more.

Tickets? On sale right here, right now.

Head here to find out more about Black Deer, including the line up to date.

Black Deer Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri June 21 2019 - KENT Eridge Park
Sat June 22 2019 - KENT Eridge Park
Sun June 23 2019 - KENT Eridge Park

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