Tickets are now available for this year’s Uckfield Blues and Roots Festival which takes place from Friday, July 26, to Sunday, July 28.
Events will take place at the Civic Centre on the first two evenings and there will be afternoon and evening sessions at The Highlands Inn on the Sunday.
Favourites from previous festivals will be returning and include Sam Kelly’s Station House, Aynsley Lister (solo), Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion, Dani Wilde’s band and Crossfire.
New faces are also expected such as James & Black, Dan Burnett and Sam Brothers.
The Saturday night will feature Miller Anderson and Boob Brookes with The Juice celebrating the 50th anniversary of the most famous music festival with ‘Woodstock Revisited’.
Miller is a Woodstock survivor having played at the festival in The Keef Hartley Band.
The band’s set will feature classics from the likes of Canned Heat and Creedence Clearwater Revival and many others, including The Keef Hartley Band.
The free Sunday afternoon session will take place in the gardens of The Highlands Inn, with a back-up plan should the weather be unkind.
The line-up there will include The Nigel Bagge Band, The Big Blue, Matt Long (solo), Barber & Taylor, and Hollie Rogers, with Tom Holders.
Tickets are available at uckfieldbluesandroots.co.uk with Friday and Saturday night ticket costing £20 each.
There is also a Weekenders Ticket available for £40. Only those with a Weekender Ticket are guaranteed entry to the Sunday evening session, though some individual tickets may become available nearer the time.