vendredi 25 Mai 2012 — dimanche 27 Mai 2012
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Joan Armatrading, John Cooper Clarke, The Animals, Glenn Tilbrook, Katrina & The Waves
Danny and Ben from THUNDER, Dogs D'Amour, Uli Jon Roth, The Move
Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams (U.S.A.),
Ian McNabb (Icicle Works), Gordon Giltrap, Stackridge, Justin Sullivan & Dean White (New Model Army),
Tir Na Nog, Quill, Mike Peters (The Alarm & Big Country), Robin & Bina Williamson (Incredible String Band),
T.Rextasy, Joe O'Donnells' Shkyla (East of Eden), Rusty Shackle, The Outcast Band, Wee Bag Band,
The Re-Entrants, Swans in Flight, Pig Earth, Patsy Matheson & Becky Mills (Waking the Witch), Freds House
Rodney Branigan, The Celturian, Steve Hicks, Afternoon in Paris, Jack Blackman, Maniere des Bohemiens
7 Little Sisters, Shamus O'Blivion & the Megadeath Morrismen, PressGang, Cole Stacey, Slow Burn,
Fake Thackery, TJ & Murphy, Chris Woods, Stewart Garry, Simon Kempston, Richard Cash, Gwyn Ashton,
Ferral Mouth, Wildfire Folk, Grassoline, Radio Mary,
+ many more
+ Contortionist & Comedian Chris Cross
+ Hamana West African Drum & Dance Company
The Acoustic Festival of Britain 2012 May Fest returns to Uttoxeter Racecourse, Staffordshire on May 25 - 27 for its 3 day music event with camping, which has developed into a prestigious and relaxed family friendly occasion for all generations with an eclectic programme of Unplugged and Acoustic music from the genres of Folk, Roots, Celtic, Blues, Pop, Rock, Ska, Blugrass and much more.
4 stages of entertainment and dozens of crafts and food tents together with a huge real ale tent over 200ft long, with a stage powered by bicycles.
Adult Weekend £80 Adult Camping £15
Child (10-15) £15 Child Camping £5
Children Under 10 Free
Available from http://www.acousticfestival.co.uk/tickets.html or tel 0333 9000 919
One major attraction to this event over the past years has been the thought behind on site facilities, the provision of flushing loos, wash hand basins and hot showers. A most refreshing change to what is usually associated with festivals! Such thoughts have encouraged generations who once frequented festivals and carnivals in their earlier years back as attendees. You're never too old!
A great family event, with Craft Stalls & Displays, Juggling Schools, Drumming & Guitar Workshops,Soccer Workshops, Yoga Classes, Pixies, Dragons, Story Telling, Comedy. Tribal Dancing, Belly Dancing, Morris Dancing, Face Painting & Stilt Walkers
Ideally located in Central England, set in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside the olde worlde Racecourse boasts stunning views and easy access on the A50 trunk road linking the M1 and M6. Uttoxeter Railway Station is conveniently situated and is just a 1 minute walk away.