Festival Music Update: Fred Clark Confirmed!

Confirmed! Fred Clark
Playing: Sunday (times TBC)

Fred Clark is an exciting acoustic singer/songwriter from Maidstone, Kent who performs with incredible energy and writes with an upbeat, vibrant style. With over 400 gigs and 5 album releases under his belt already he is certainly one to watch!

Festival Music Update: Baxter Confirmed!

Confirmed! Baxter
Playing: Sunday (times TBC)

Canterbury based folk pop duo Baxter (formerly high tide) write and perform captivating original numbers and eclectic, unique covers. Their powerful raw energy and engaging live shows are unrivalled and have earned them a following around the U.K, creating a genuine exciting rapport with their audiences.

Festival Music Update: Cocos Lovers Confirmed!

Confirmed! Cocos Lovers
Playing: Sunday (times TBC)

Operating well beyond the remit of alt-folk, Cocos Lovers (pronounced Co-Coss) are a distinctive musical force, seamlessly channelling influences from Africa, the US Deep South and several other real and imagined corners of the globe, while staying ever faithful to their Kentish roots. You will not want to miss this marvellous Band!

Festival Music Update: Gone Country Confirmed!

Confirmed! Gone Country
Playing: Saturday (times TBC)

Stu Edwards & his band Gone Country are the UK’s favourite live award winning Country band, for Best Southern Country Band and the British Country Music Award. They play a huge range of Country music from contemporary Nashville Country to Classic Country!

Festival Bar Update: Turners Cider Confirmed!


Confirmed! Turners Cider Bar
Turners make craft cider in the Eastern Counties style with 100% Kentish apples. They source their apples from the village of Marden, pressing the apples between September and Christmas, leaving them to ferment until Spring, when they carefully taste and blend the different batches. The resulting cider is clean, light and refreshing, with a balance of sweetness and acidity. A must try at this year’s Cider Festival.

Festival Music Update: Pia Harmony Confirmed!

Confirmed! Pia Harmony
Playing: Saturday & Sunday (times TBC)

Pia Harmony is a folk/acoustic singer song writer from Kent with a very unique sound. Writing original songs and the odd cover, Pia is Likened to artists such as Lucy Spraggan, Kate Nash and Ed Sheeran. Have fun listening to every heartfelt song!

Festival Music Update: Under the Wood Confirmed!

Confirmed! UNDERtheWOOD
Playing: Saturday (times TBC)

UNDERtheWOOD are a Faversham covers band, recently leaving their amps behind and playing gigs with a more rootsy sound including anything from acoustic guitar to banjo, mandolin to cajon, percussion, harmonica and vocals. They put their own spin on the Folk, Country and Americana songs - you WILL have fun watching (and listening to) this band!

Festival Music Update: Rudy Warman Confirmed!

Confirmed! Rudy Warman
Playing: Sunday (times TBC)

Rudy Warman & the Heavy Weather played a fantastic set at last year's Cider Festival so we are delighted to welcome them back to the stage for another go! Original songs and sound, this band are not to be missed!

Festival Music Update: Rhonda & The Great Unknown!

Confirmed! Rhonda and the Great Unknown
Playing: Saturday & Sunday (times TBC)

Soulful & funky, Rhonda and The Great Unknown are laid-back with attitude, this band’s tunes are awash with razor-sharp riffs and tight, joyful grooves - when you hear them you’ll swear you’ve heard these songs before in some perfect former-life. A not to miss performance at this year's Cider Festival!