Moose Blood Headline Forgotten Fields Horizons Stage

Festival Crowd Header

Forgotten Fields will once again stand as the definitive British festival experience, combining the picturesque landscapes of East Sussex’s Eridge Park with an even bigger lineup than before all within the intimate atmosphere that made last year’s event such a highlight.

With headliners Suede, Kodaline and Dizzee Rascal already announced alongside a huge supporting lineup including Kelis, Maximo Park, Jack Savoretti and Sugarhill Gang now even more names have been added to the second year of the annual event.

With their long-awaited debut album now on the shelves, Eliza and the Bear are surely set for a stratospheric rise. Songs like ‘It Gets Cold’ and ‘Lion’s Heart’ are festival ready anthems and their set on the main stage is not to be missed. From humble beginnings, Moose Blood have gone from DIY demos to stints on the Vans Warped Tour in the states and sold out headline tours in the UK. These Canterbury based melodic rockers are one of British alternative music’s brightest hopes and with new album Blush coming this summer, the only way is up for this impassioned four piece who headline the Horizons Stage. It would be an understatement to say that there was a buzz in the music industry about future star Isaac Gracie. His distinctive brand of folk has turned heads with good reason and festivalgoers can catch him on the Horizons Stage before he explodes to headliner status. 

Also joining the lineup are psychedelic pop peddlers Beaty Heart and the 90s R&B flavoured sounds of NZCA/Lines as well as Rukhsana Merrise, Molly Warburton, Judas, The Blazing Zoos, Gillbanks, Yonaka, Rhain, Mathagunn and The Au Revoirs.

With Forgotten Fields focus on the whole festival experience and not just the music, this year sees Home Of The Unknown bring a stage of incredible activities, fun and games to Eridge Park. From Gospeloke which sees you bringing home your favourite tunes backed by a full gospel choir to Musical Bingo, dating game Blindfold Date, the Day Of The Dead themed Dance Of The Dead, quizzes from Last Man Standing and Sounds Familiar and much, much more. Home Of the Unknown will be a one-stop destination for those wanting to experience the other side of festival life!

 

With tickets still on sale for this year’s event get yours now!

Published on 22 April 2016 by Ben Robinson

Recent News More news

Upcoming Festivals Browse all

  • Greenwich Music Time

    6 July - 11 July 2020

    Greenwich Music time is a four day series of concerts, situated outdoor, in the magnificent surroundings of the Old Royal Naval College, over looking the Thames, lit by the big city lights of Canary W...

  • Kew the Music

    7 July - 12 July 2020

    Kew the Music began its life as Summer Swing at Kew Gardens and changed its name to Kew The Music in 2011. It is a series of concerts which take place annually and with the beautiful surrounds of Kew ...

  • Rochester Castle Concerts

    8 July - 11 July 2020

    A unique event in the summer’s gig calendar, Castle Concerts delivers four nights of live music, staged in the spectacular Rochester Castle Gardens. This stunning and intimate setting, located a...