Seasick Steve to Headline Larmer Tree Festival

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Seasick Steve has been confirmed as the Sunday night headliner for this years Larmer Tree Festival with Imelda May and more new acts confirmed.

Larmer Tree Festival have revealed more acts on there line up with veteran 'hobo' Seasick Steve headlining the Sunday night.
Seasick Steve is returning to Larmer Tree Festival for the first time since his inaugural appearance in 2007, when he whipped up a musical storm with his exceptional talent that engages and inspires. With songs that tell simple tales of a wandering man and his ramshackle instruments; Seasick Steve has since become a household name, having won Best Breakthrough Act at the 2007 MOBO awards and twice nominated for Best International Male in the 2009 and 2010 BRIT Awards.

Thursday nights headline act is confirmed as Imelda May. Imelda first hit notoriety in 2008 with her triple platinum selling debut album Love Tattoo. 2010 saw her release her second album Mayhem that has been received with great praise and critical acclaim, and has been reigning in the top 20 of UK album chart for the past 15 weeks! Closing the Main Stage’s festivities on the first full day of Larmer Tree Festival 2011.

Other new acts confirmed on the bill are Stornoway, Jaipur Kawa Brass Band, The Staves, Mama Rosin, Buffalo Gals, Matthew and the Atlas, Kalakuta Millionaires and Goodnight Lenin.

Larmer Tree festival Set in the lush Victorian gardens on the Wiltshire-Dorset border has grown to provide some of the best, most interesting and diverse entertainment on the festival circuit. With over 80 artist's, spread across 6 stages, a comedy club, 150 free workshops, street theatre, and with an intimate crowd of 4000.

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Published on 23 February 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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