The first wave of bands for this year’s Black Deer Festival has been announced with more than 30 artists set to perform.
The latest line-up announcement includes American blues star Seasick Steve and country duo The Shires.
Latin band Hermanos Gutiérrez, Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, indie group The Staves and Irish folk band Villagers are also among the artists appearing at the Americana festival.
The festival also boasts a bill of rising talent including Dylan Gossett, Divorce, Michele Stodart, Prima Queen and Holly Macve, who has previously worked with Grammy nominee Lana Del Ray.
The latest wave of names comes in addition to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow, who was previously announced as the festival headliner in November.
The festival, which is hosted annually at Eridge Park in Tunbridge Wells, will have a new team, JOY Concerts, at the helm for its fifth year.
The festival brings in rock, country and blues artists from all over the world and is one of the biggest summer festivals in Kent.
It is also one of the county’s biggest celebrations of Americana, country and blues music and American counter-culture.
Alongside the music, there will be custom-built motorcycles, gospel brunches, BBQ food, craft beer, live fire cooking, late-night entertainment and foraging workshops.
Black Deer Festival takes place from Friday, June 14 to Sunday, June 16 at Eridge Park. Tickets are available online here.
Day tickets and weekend tickets are on sale, with camping options and upgrades available.