More Names for Maverick

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The UK’s first and finest Americana festival is pleased to announce further names for its lucky THIRTEENTH outing!

Maverick has been at the forefront of Americana since before the genre was christened, co-founding the Americana Music Association UK and quickly becoming a red-letter day on the calendar for artists and audiences alike.

Added to the international lineup, from down under, THE FRANK BURKITT BAND, MATT JOE GOW and THE WEEPING WILLOWS, from Canada, EVANGELINE GENTLE, DENNIS ELLSWORTH and THE REDHILL VALLEYS, from New York, THE RAD TRADS, from Scotland, AMA Award winner DEAN OWENS & THE SOUTHERNERS, from London, our banjo hero DAN WALSH and from our own backyard, the legendary HANK WANGFORD, who is celebrating his 80th year and 10th album release.

 This year‘s event will take place from Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th July showcasing the cream of the crop from both sides of the Atlantic and beyond. The barns and outbuildings of Easton Farm Park will once again be transformed into a unique and boutique festival environment offering six stages indoors and out, perfect for the presentation of music, food and fun that has been attracting festival-goers since 2008.

Published on 15 February 2020 by Ben Robinson

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