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All three pubs in the village will play an important part in the Festival.

So that you can coordinate your drinking and listening to some of the great bands who are appearing at the Festival, please see below the schedule of performances at the Lord Combermere.

Schedules for the Bridge Inn and the Shroppie Fly will follow over the next few days.

The Lord Combermere

Thursdayinside9.00 pmNixon Tate & The Honey Club
Fridayinside9.00pmBash & Strum & Brave New World
Saturdayoutside1.30pmBluebyrd
 outside3.30pmCrystal Ships
 outside5.30pmBad Dukes & Beggars
 outside7.00pmGambler
 inside9.30pm32RED
Sundayoutside12.30pmThe Steve Oakes Quartet
 outside2.00pmBluelights
 outside4.00pmMegan Dixon Hood
 outside6.00pmGuns or Roses
 inside9.00pmPoyzer, Fluff and Farrell
Mondayoutside12.30pmMaddocks & Bayes
 outside2.30pmHeidi Browne Band
 outside4.30pmThe Red Kites
 outside6.30pmThe Uptown monotones
 inside9.00pmCallum Wright

You can read the full festival details on their website, here.

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