Home Farm Festival Line-up Announced!

Daniel Duke

Daniel Duke at last year’s festival.

For the third year running, Folkroom Records will be taking charge of their very own stage at Somerset’s Home Farm Festival, and we’ve just announced the first wave of artists confirmed to perform over the course of the three day event!

This year’s festival will run from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th June, and marks the 10th anniversary of the festival, which seeks to raise money to send school supplies to impoverished and disaster-stricken countries.

Daniel Duke, whose exit from this year’s series of The Voice UK provided the season’s biggest upset, will be headlining our stage on the Saturday night. His performance, which comes ahead of a full UK tour, will be the highlight of many music fans’ weekends.

One night earlier, and former Folkroomer Lucy Cait will be giving us the UK festival debut of her new band’s ferocious indie-rock sound. Lucy’s set will tear up the festival, mixing The War on Drugs with Haim, and glazing the whole thing in the heady guitars of The Smiths and The Sundays, it’ll be the perfect party to start the weekend with.

Elsewhere on the line-up, Folkroom’s own Robin Elliott will be debuting songs from his forthcoming album whilst Harry Harris will be sharing some of the tracks that saw his recent release get a prestigious five-star rating in The Telegraph.

Three piece folk harmonies will echo across Home Farm when Cornwall band The Sea Kings take the stage, and Hannah Rose Platt will put the country back into West Country with her set.

There are still a few bands to be announced (we’re just big teases, really), but the line-up so far is packed full of reasons to book your ticket ahead of time for what will be the best year yet at Home Farm Festival! See below for the full list of acts announced so far, and book your tickets now from the Home Farm website.

Anna McIvor

Daniel Duke

Hannah Rose Platt

Harry Harris

Jack Harris

Late Arrivals Club

Lucy Cait

Robin Elliott

Samantha Whates

The Sea Kings

Tim Sheinman

Tom Hyatt


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