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Outfields Music Festival

Saturday 22nd June All Day

The Pavilion, London Road, Louth, Lincolnshire

A one day open air music festival that will see the cricket ground transformed into a festival village with two stages. Headlining the main stage will be Stourbridge’s finest alternative hit makers, Miles Hunt and Erika Nockalls of THE WONDER STUFF, “chap-hop” pioneer and Glastonbury favourite Mr B THE GENTLEMAN RHYMER, acclaimed blues guitarist CHANTEL MCGREGOR, alt rock guitar band and Steve Lamacq approved THE MINT plus local favourites THE WHAT. There is also an exclusive DJ set from Visage, Rich Kid’s, New Romantic legend, RUSTY EGAN. Acts for the acoustic stage to be confirmed..

Tickets Adult tickets from £25.00, children (12 and under) £7.50, family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) £55.00 click to book.

Tickets also available at Off The Beaten Tracks, Aswell Street, Louth

Check out what Miles and Erica have been up to recently, there's loads of really good stuff (excuse the pun!) on the website, past and present ( very excited to have them on board!

Chantel Mcgregor
Many of you will know guitar prodigy, Chantel Mcgregor from her recent sold out show at the Louth Riverhead Theatre. One for the blues fans for sure although this from her biog suggests she'll have a few tricks up her sleeve "...after years of touring and festival appearances, Chantel returned with a vengeance with ten new songs that not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows her gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder rock sound with progressive influences." Liking the sound of that a lot. Check out her website, she's a serious talent and we're really excited to have her involved.

Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer
I think it's fair to say Mr. B wears his influences on his sleeve! A firm festival favourite, "chap hop" pioneer and all round musical genius. "...he has travelled the world, from Surrey to Osaka, Banstead to Berlin, Middlesborough to Minneapolis, Norway to New York and the Edinburgh Fringe to Glastonbury bringing his beats, rhymes and manners. As well as songs about cricket, pipe smoking, high society and interfering with livestock." Hold on to your trilbies people...

Ramping the tempo up a notch, next off the block are MINT, they hail from Grimsby, and their brand of high energy, alternative rock has drawn comparisons to the Queens of the Stone Age, My Bloody Valentine and the Arctic Monkeys

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