“Built with love and delivered with precision, Black Deer Festival is a joyous celebration of Americana”
Black Deer Festival is an independent award-winning Americana and Country music festival set in the wild and historic Eridge Park in Kent.
The festival always kicks-off the start of summer by tying in with the summer solstice weekend, which in 2020 takes place on the 19th-21st June.
Black Deer showcases more than 70 roots-inspired artists across five unique stages. From unforgettable Main Stage performances to rowdy roof-lifting sets at Haley’s Bar Stage, and heavier blues rock at The Roadhouse Stage to intimate songwriter sessions at The Ridge Stage. Yet it’s not just on the stages where music will live. Live music will be scattered throughout Black Deer’s spectacular outdoor setting.
Always about more than just the music, Black Deer is a family destination with a community spirit. It’s a festival built on a love of the great outdoors, the best in Live Fire and BBQ cooking, the counter-culture of custom built motorcycles and skilled artisans, and all other things authentically Americana.
In this world of Americana and country you’ll discover not only the music you already love, but the music you’re going to love…
- The Waterboys
- Saving Grace feat. Robert Plant & Suzi Dian
- The Dead South
- The Milk Carton Kids
- Courtney Marie Andrews
- The Felice Brothers
- The Secret Sisters
- Jack Broadbent
- Irish Mythen
- Madison Violet
- The East Pointers
- Midnight Skyracer
- Amy Montgomery
- Native Harrow
- Imelda May
- Jade Bird
- Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
- Sam Duckworth AKA Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
- Shovels & Rope
- Shooter Jennings
- Birds of Chicago
- Wildwood Kin
- Wade Bowen
- William Prince
- Josh Okeefe
- The Goat Roper Rodeo Band
Black Deer Festival takes place on Eridge Park, near Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells, TN3 9HS, Vereinigtes Königreich
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For those not driving, there is a taxi rank outside Tunbridge Wells Station that'll cost around £10 to the festival site. Buses will also be running to the festival.
There will be a limited bus service to take festival-goers back into Tunbridge Wells from 8pm until midnight each day.
All ages are welcome at Black Deer Festival, however, those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult over 21. There is a limit of 3 under 18s per adult.
Under 18s are ticketed separately to adults.
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