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August 2020
Festivals

Deer Shed Festival has confirmed its line-up for 2021

The event will run from 30th July – 1st August 2021.
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Published: 10:54 pm, July 17, 2020
Deer Shed Festival has confirmed its line-up for 2021

Deer Shed Festival has confirmed its line-up for 2021.

The event - which was, of course, cancelled this year due to the outbreak of COVID-19 - has retained much of its bill, including original headliners Stereolab, James and Baxter Dury.

Also playing, are Ghostpoet, Cate Le Bon, Tim Burgess, The Twilight Sad, Sinkane, Dream Wife (pictured), Boy Azooga, Roddy Woomble, Jesca Hoop, and Snapped Ankles.

Deer Shed Festival director Oliver Jones says: “It goes without saying the last few months have been the most difficult since we established Deer Shed. Independent festivals across the country, that make vital contributions to British culture and the economy, are still under threat of collapse.

“We started to make concrete plans to set up a festival in the wake of the 2008 Great Recession, and many people raised their eyebrows, but I like to think we proved them wrong.

“Our determination to emerge from this crisis with even more bold, new ideas is stronger than ever. The rebuild officially begins here, with so many phenomenal artists re-committing to join us in Baldersby Park for the rescheduled dates in 2021.”

The event will run from 30th July – 1st August 2021.

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