Music Barn organisers announce acts due to play at July’s festival

Tickets for the festival which returns on July 3 are on sale now and cost from £30.

Sunday, 4th April 2021, 9:12 pm
Updated Sunday, 4th April 2021, 9:16 pm
The Ouse Valley Singles Club are among the acts who will be playing at The Music Barn Festival in July.
The Ouse Valley Singles Club are among the acts who will be playing at The Music Barn Festival in July.

The Beat GB, Too Many T’s and The Ouse Valley Singles Club are among some of the acts who will play at The Music Barn festival which is set to return in July.

The organisers of the annual festival which takes place near Cranford in Kettering have revealed this year’s line-up.

Event manager Mark Robinson said: “The Music Barn Festival was set up with the intention of raising money for Cransley Hospice.

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“Over the past six years, we have raised nearly £60,000 for the hospice along with a range of other worthwhile causes.

“The festival features a wide variety of music and activities, with established acts rubbing shoulders with unsigned bands, from a broad spectrum of musical genres.

“You could listen to an up-and-coming rock band or maybe throw down some moves to an old-skool hip-hop DJ, or just kick back in the summer sun while sipping a locally brewed cider.”

The Beat GB will be joined on the main stage by Thee Telepaths, Eevah, the Aiden Pryor Band, The Keepers and Lunaxis.

Too Many T’s will be joined on the Saloon stage by Madame Electrifie, The Scribes, DJ OP1 vs DJ D, Jayeye with MC Devious, The Promised Land and Joe Allen.

The Old Forge Coffee Shop is returning to the acoustic tent with headliners The Ouse Valley Singles Club who will be joined by Stevie Jones & The Wildfires, The Doll Drums, Aldous Pinch, The Fed Sisters, Jacob Braithwaite and Adam Desantis.

The Steal Yard will be headlined by Toy Beats with music by the 1905 Project, Shombo, Eclectic Ballroom, Stacy James and Mark Riley.

The Music Barn festival is set across two acres of farmland, centred around disused agricultural buildings.

Mr Robinson added: “Alongside all this fantastic music is some delicious food and drink.

“Locally brewed cider from Bad Boy Cider of Pipewell will be available and food caterers including Stanley Street Food, JNiks BBQ, Bakers Bangers and vegan specialists Tacos and Flip Flops.”

The Music Barn festival takes place on Saturday, July 3.

Music is from 2pm and the event is for adults only.

Tickets are on sale via https://www.skiddle.com/festivals/music-barn-festival and cost £30 before fees.

Tickets with and without camping are available.

For more information, visit www.musicbarnuk.com