Published: 12:00, 29 August 2017
| Updated: 12:30, 29 August 2017
Chart-topping band The Hoosiers will complete the line-up at the Hops and Harvest Boutique Festival in Kent next month.
The pop-rock group – best known for hits Goodbye Mr A and Worried About Ray – will take to the stage at Kent Life Heritage Farm Park, near Maidstone, ahead of headline act Starsailor on Saturday, September 9.
Newton Faulkner and Toploader are heading the bill on Sunday, September 10.
The festival, which traditionally celebrates local ale and country life undergoing a major relaunch with a new focus on music and entertainment.
Also attending are Hannah Williams & The Affirmations who have had their song featured in the title track of Jay-Z’s 4:44 album.
Other names confirmed to be performing over the weekend include The Peaks, The Wholls and Remedy Sounds.
Kent Life’s General Manager Natalie Cox said: "With an incredibly talented music line-up, a mouth-watering choice of local ales and ciders, a good range of food, and plenty of activities for the children, including games, workshops and storytelling, there really is something for everyone.”
The festival will be open from noon to 11pm on both days. VIP packages cost £50 per day or £90 for a weekend. Weekend passes cost £50 and £25 for children, and day tickets costs £30 and £15 for ages five to 15. A family day ticket for two adults and two children costs £75. Under fives go free.
Visit www.hopsandharvest.co.uk to book your tickets. Kent Life members and group bookings (15+) can book directly through Kent Life by calling 01622 763936.
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