Saturday’s billing is topped by the legendary Asian Dub Foundation. Joining them are Seth Lakeman, Macka B, The Quireboys, Ruts DC, Citizen Fish, AHAB and Zombie Met Girl.
Levellers will close the festival in style on the Sunday night. They are joined on the bill by Stiff Little Fingers, The Farm, Goldblade, Ezio, New Groove Formation, and The Lancashire Hotpots. A great way to spend 3 magical days watching over 100 high quality bands for little more than the price of a major gig or sports event ticket.
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Here is the all new October edition of Area Culture Guide packed with plenty to keep you VERY busy during October.
If October just means one thing to you HALLOWEEN then we’ve picked out a few of our favourite West Midland events.
There’s plenty to browse through so check it out here.