Like your camping weekends with a side of live music?! Us too!
We’re so excited to finally let you know who we’ve got to grace our stage at Camp Kin. Our characteristic range of styles and genres mean there’s something for everyone and we can get a slice of all the things we’ve been missing live.
Beautiful, intricately wonky folk from Rachael Dadd & Friends. House band of Shambala Festival’s The Roots Yard and Brummy reggae royalty Friendly Fire Band will be bringing their acoustic show. Hot off the release of his post-apocalyptic fiction The Last Custodian, Stephen Lightbown will be our Poet-In-Residence over the weekend. Purveyors of Ceilidh cheer, Cut A Shine will be spreading their brand of rip roaring hoedown and barn dance music. Zambian-Scottish singer and songwriter Namvula‘s stunning creations. Mr Tea and the Minions‘ full-fat Balkan beats with it’s squeeze of dub.
Collector of folksongs and co-founder of Music Declares Emergency, the Mercury Prize nominated Sam Lee. Soul-drenched and analogue remixes from Sam Redmore. Spellbinding singer and world champion beatboxer Bellatrix. Bluesy vocal powerhouse Beth Rowley. The genre defying Hannah Moules and the Moulettes bringing big riffs, cinematic flourishes and avant-folk pop. Milliner and music-maker Ash Mandrake brings us hypnotic loop pedalling, comedy, folk, storytelling… and hats!
Afrobeat grooves soaked in glorious folk harmony from Me and My Friends. 7-piece multi-instrumental collective Mellowmatic‘s neo-soul and hip-hop flavours. Master lyricist and multi-instrumentalist Dizraeli. Harmonica-tootin’ troubadour and heir to Bob Dylan Josh Okeefe. Mbira royalty Millicent Chapanda. And round two for milliner and musicmaker Ash Mandrake.