Wilco, Imelda May and The Waterboys to be joined by Jake Bugg at Black Deer Festival 2022

More acts have been announced to join the very warm and welcoming line-up for Black Deer Festival on 17/18/19 June 2022!

While ‘everything’ this year, and the last, took away Black Deer Fest from the usual summer festival line-up, they’ve just confirmed that award-winning songwriter Jake Bugg is the latest artist announced for Kent’s, Black Deer Festival. Joining Van MorrisonThe Waterboys, Imelda MayDrive-By TruckersFoy VanceCourtney Marie Andrews and Wilco, Bugg will be performing in the spectacular surroundings of England’s oldest Deer Park in June 2022 – and trust us, it’s a stellar location (reviews here!)

The announcement follows the release of Jake’s fifth full length album, Saturday Night, Sunday Morning this summer featuring his euphoric single All I Need and supported by the likes of BBC Radio 1, Radio X and the The Graham Norton show. While Jake is no stranger to a festival stage, Black Deer will be his first UK festival appearance in 2022. Fans can expect a set that fuses his laid-back gritty swagger, refreshing sense of humour and seasoned knowledge beyond his years.

Having survived two cancellations in 2020 and 2021, Black Deer Festival is returning bigger and better in June 2022. The largest growing independent UK music festival has been recognised with numerous awards including ‘The UK’s Best New Festival’ at the 2018 AIF Awards.

Further new additions to the festival line-up include Pokey LaFarge, The War and Treaty, William Prince, The Lost Brothers, Declan O’Rourke, Steak, Treetop Flyers, Yasmin Williams, True Strays, Midnight Skyracer, Isabella Coulstock and My Girl the River 

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