Published: 09:30, 29 January 2018
Singer Paloma Faith has been announced as the second headliner for the Forest Live summer concerts at Bedgebury Pinetum.
Paloma, who played Bedgebury back in 2015, comes to the Goudhurst venue this June for the Forestry Commission concert as part of her The Architect Summer Tour, for her No.1 album The Architect.
The Architect has spent eight weeks in the Top 10, propelled by the single Crybaby, Guilty and her latest, Til I’m Done.
The new album is on course to become her fourth double platinum album in a row – which would make her the first British woman in chart history to achieve this.
She will play Forest Live at Bedgebury Pinetum, Goudhurst, on Friday, June 15, with support.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, February 2 at 9am.
She joins the former stars of The Beautiful South, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, whose latest album Crooked Calypso charted at No.2. They will play Bedgebury Pinetum in Goudhurst on Saturday, June 16.
Forest Live is a live music series, managed by the Forestry Commission, held every year in forest locations across the country. Income generated from ticket sales helps to look after the nation’s forests sustainably.
Tickets for Paloma Faith cost £43 (plus £4.80 booking fee) and go on sale at 9am on Friday, February 2. To get tickets, call the Forestry Commission box office on 03000 680400 or visit forestry.gov.uk/music
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