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Saddle up the horses and polish those spurs, The Wild West's line up is here! Home of bluegrass, folk, and world to bassline, this district is for leg shaking do-si-do-ers, and midnight party people alike!
Joining Frank Turner , Alabama 3, Newton Faulkner and Kíla on the Old Mines is folk revivalist Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band, cult political folk songwriter Beans On Toast and scrumpy and Western band The Wurzels. Nashville country three piece Rev Peyton's Big Damn Band, Argentine tropical-punk band Kumbia Queers, raw blues guitar and heart pounding beatboxing duo Heymoonshaker, soulful, political and multiple folk award winning Chris Wood and gypsy-jazz Plymouth outfit Mad Dog McRea show the wide range of genres available, with The Furrow Collective, The Breath, La Inedita, 47 Soul, Lakuta, Sheelanagig, Showhawk Duo, Noble Jacks, Holy Moly & The Crackers also on the bill. Click here for the full Old Mines line up.
Blues to Bluegrass, Country to Cowpunk, Rusty Spurs is sure to bring some of the rowdiest hillbilly stompers to the streets of Wild West with the raw and energetic Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind, folk-punkers Ferocious Dog, indie-roots lot Rusty Shackle, Irish walters The Eskies, self named Hellgrassers (bluegrass/acoustic punk) Moonshine Wagon, all female Americana folk group Dana Immanuel & The Stolen Band and bootlegged hoedowners The Boot Hill All Stars are just some of the eclectic lot, along with The Black Hearted Riders, Mick O'Toole, Imprints, Surfin Birds and Dirty Diesel Outlaw Orchestra to name but a few! Click here for the full Rusty Spurs line up.
Home to Moonshine laden meanderers, Crazy Calamities is the place for a good old knees up; where genres are mixed up like the sweetest of cocktails. Whet your whistle with sounds from Afro Cluster, Sounds Of Harlowe, Captain Accident, Junior Bill, King Punch, The Tribe, Krupa, Primo Nelson, The Iguanas, Agbeko, Basement 83, Solomento, Special Brew, 6foot7 and Mighty John Street Ska Orchestra are just some of the acts on offer. Click here for the full Crazy Calamities line up.
Wrong Side of the Tracks
Steaming into our shanty town is the triumphant return of Wrong Side of the Tracks, a full sized steam train with nothing but good vibes to be found inside this 18th century train station. Late night shake-a-leggers should come with dancing shoes in hand for Dr Meaker, Titan Sound. Shosh (24 Hour Garage Girls) and Selekta Spinach. Shot Gun Willies, one of the longest standing Street Venues will be back in the West along with Madame Electrifies General Store, Clik Clik, Porch Stage and the Lawless Hall of Justice! Click here for the full Wrong Side of the Tracks line up.