THE FESTIVAL TAKES PLACE ON 2nd & 3rd SEPTEMBER
When: 4th March
Price: £12.50 (£10 early bird before midnight Sunday 19th Feb)
The bar has been set high, the challenge made – make this 3rd festival fund raiser as good as those before (if not better). Challenge accepted – lets get on with it then …
Best of British Blighty kick-start our 2017 hop festival season with a no-nonsense set of classic Brit pop. Their first official outing of Oasis classics is guaranteed to please, delivered with the attention to detail and blistering performance they’ve taught us to expect.
Festival newcomers in 2016, The Unknown gave as good as they promised – top quality song writing threads through catchy, addictive riffs to give music you remember and choons you’ll be singing for years to come, served up by four of the nicest, most talented guys in the business (and they donated a song to our Sounds of The Hop Festival CD so we love ‘em – thanks boys). We’re also promised a sneak peek at their second album planned for release later in the year – you heard it here first!
Covers of favourites we can all sing along to stand side by side with tracks from their debut album Devil in Disguise and last year’s EP Burn In Flames. The end to our fund raising party is guaranteed to shred whatever's left of your voice as we join this highly entertaining band, born in Faversham, in celebrating the hop festival’s 27th year. Creek "busted down the doors of rock" in 2013 winning Herne Bay's Battle of the Bands the year after. They’ve been festival favourites ever since …
GREAT VALUE – GREAT VENUE – GREAT NIGHT GUARANTEED with three brilliant bands giving us a taste of what’s to come over the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd September– how many more reasons do you need? OK, here’s one – book before Sunday 19th February to get our early bird discounted price of just £10 per ticket and you could win one of 20 Sounds of the Hop Festival (Vol. 1) CD’s we’re giving away. Don’t delay, click and book today … Click here to book today
We would like to thank Shepherd Neame and Swale Borough Council for their fantastic support for the festival, and also to the Kent Messenger group for their support as media partner.
See you in September 2017!
Faversham Hop Festival is pleased and proud to support a responsible drinking policy - please see www.drinkaware.co.uk/check-the-facts for more important details - enjoy the day, don't spoil the day ...