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The Yeehaw UK Country Music Festival is a family music experience taking place on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th September 2014.
Artists will be performing on the Friday night (acoustic sets) and all day Saturday with camping available in addition to an ‘Expo Ranch’ with the stunning backdrop of Rockingham Castle in Corby.
Promoting all aspects of country music within the UK and reclaiming "Yeehaw" for the modern generation, a mix of artists from across the globe will be performing including talent from the UK, America and Australia.
Artists to perform include Aleyce Simmonds, Chase Allen, Raintown, Ashton Lane and Dexeter plus more. Attendees will be able to enjoy fantastic live music whilst also sampling genuine American themed food, drink and products by way of the Expo Ranch. 'His' and 'Hers' feature zones will also be open to ticket holders on the Saturday of the festival.
“…it's an absolutely cracking line up and a great time of year too. Yeehaw - Extending The Summer!” – 4000 miles to Nashville (Country Music Blog)
“…we hope to see you there – it’s going to be great!” – Chris Country Radio
“Seriously, a warm September evening, maybe a cheeky beer… Yeehaw UK are nailing this line up.” – 4000 miles to Nashville (Country Music Blog)
Tickets are available now from http://www.yeehawuk.com and are priced at £7.50 for the Friday Night Acoustic Session on the ‘Howdy Stage’ (Over 18’s only), £32 per adult for the Saturday (each adult ticket allows one child aged 10 and under) and £16 per child (under 16’s). VIP tickets are also available for the Saturday only. Camping facilities are also available for both the Friday and Saturday night within the grounds of the venue. Camping is priced per pitch, not per person and is charged at £15 for each night.
Hope it's a big success for you.
I was about to take you to task for the awful name until I read this. Good luck with that! Personally I think it's become too much of a cliche to be saved.YeeHawUK wrote:reclaiming "Yeehaw" for the modern generation