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Fletchers Farm Fest - A Night Under the Stars with Rising Stars. A brand-new music festival for the North East for all the family!

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Fletchers Farm Fest - A Night Under the Stars with Rising Stars

Saturday July 17th 2021

Woodhouse Farm, Great Ayton TS9 6HZ




A brand-new music festival for the North East!

Fletchers Farm Fest promises to provide a unique days entertainment under the shadow of Captain Cook’s Monument, North Yorkshire.

25 of the best musical acts spread over two stages from the UK, Ireland and the USA will rock the Fletchers Farm site for 12 hours from Mid-day on Saturday July 17th

It promises to be a day of musical entertainment not to be missed.

Headlined by Irish, US based, Celtic -Americana all sister four piece The Screaming Orphans, a genre-breaking, chart topping all sister band from Ireland, who are known worldwide for their award-winning sound, combining their original pop songs with a unique take on traditional Irish music. The band have toured globally and recorded with the likes of Sinead O'Connor, Peter Gabriel, The Chieftains, Joni Mitchell and World music star Baaba Maal. Screaming Orphans have released 14 albums and have topped Billboard, iTunes Pop and World Music charts.

Opening the main stage will be local good time band Ed Parrish and The Councillors, followed by BBC Tees Introducing supported band Be Quiet. Shout Loud! "Sequins, impressive dance moves and a whole load of sparkle" – NARC. One of Teesside’s brightest new bands, SWEARS “SWEARS are one of the hottest new alternative rock bands on the Teesside music scene.” - NE Volume, will bring their brand of alt rock to the main stage before London duo OoberfuseVery cool and quirky!” - Boy George, bring you their unique and chilled out Electronica to the farm setting. Must watch indie bands complete the afternoon with appearances by La DharmaFour lads making a great sound” - Janice Long and London bands ButterflyExceptional” - James Whale, and Officer Quite breath-taking beauty and brokenness” - Right Chord Music.

We are delighted to announce a special guest performance from the beautiful Elaine Palmer to lead us into the late afternoon. A celebrated songwriter and performer, Elaine has shared stages with an impressive roll-call of artists – toured with KT Tunstall, David Gray, Paolo Nutini, Damien Rice, Donovan and Joanne Newsome over the years as well as playing shows of her own around the world.

She’s also picked up a string of accolades from the media for her three studio albums, with Mojo Magazine, Maverick and Uncut Magazine all delivering rave reviews and the iconic Bob Harris declaring himself a fan with airplay on his BBC Radio 2 show.

Teesside lads, and UK festival favourites, The Balcony promise a special end to the daytime entertainment on the main stage before Shaun Kelly and The Returned Gifts “Infectious, memorable and great fun- Dancing About Architecture, raise the heat once more ahead of the night times entertainment. Wonder Stuff / Levellers Dan Donnelly graces the main stage with his unique brand of Celtic Rock before Fargo Railroad Company take you to the deep south of the US with their set of southern rock originals. Newcastle’s finest The Jet Reds mix a set of their best originals with some indie anthems to get the crowd well and truly warmed up for the headline act The Screaming Orphans. An all-girl Irish four piece based on the West Coast of the US, who are the ultimate feel good band with a host of TV and festival appearances racked up over an illustrious career.

It promises to be a spectacular end to a night under the summer stars.

The acoustic stage based under the café at Fletchers Farm is packed full of the finest acoustic talent from the UK and Ireland.

Local singer songwriter of Indie-Rock music, Andy Davidson, brings his critically acclaimed solo project Feed Your Wolves to the Acoustic stage.

BBC Introducing supported Scott& MariaBeautiful fingerstyle guitar and dual vocals” - BBC Introducing, and Laura Victoria “‘A grand slab of originality” - Maverick Magazine, promise to bring some guaranteed quality to the stage. One of Liverpool’s top Americana songwriters John JenkinsThis is Liverpool Americana; quality in abundance” - Liverpool Acoustic, heads to the stage with his three piece acoustic band and nu-Bluesman Ben HemmingOne of the best things I’ve heard this year" - Music News, heads north from London and is a must see live act. Tracey Browne is a unique songwriter from the north west and country blues man Benjamin W PikeBrilliant fingerstyle guitarist” - The Independent, promises to deliver a gravel soaked live set. Two of Ireland’s finest musician’s RTE Radio 1 acts Padraig Jack and Steo WallSteo Wall is set to join the likes of Shane McGowan as a pioneering voice in Irish folk music” - Hot Press, both of whom promise to raise the café roof!

Headlining will be local musician Joe Ramsey “Gentle with stirring vocals and meaningful, heartfelt lyrics” - Little Dose of Indie, who promises to pack the acoustic stage with his burgeoning reputation.

Numerous local food stalls and bars will make up the food village and on-site camping is available as well as free parking.

The Apex stage Sponsored by Convey Salons www.conveysalons.co.uk

Hosted by Zetland FM’s Karl Bavin www.zetlandfm.co.uk

Elaine Palmer

Ed Parrish & The Council

Be Quiet, Shout Loud!



La Dharma



The Balcony

Shaun Kelly

Dan Donnelly

Fargo Railroad Co

Indie Anthems by The Jet Reds

The Screaming Orphans

Acoustic Stage:

Feed Your Wolves

Scott & Maria

Laura Victoria

John Jenkins

Ben Hemming

Tracey Browne

Benjamin W Pike

Joe Ramsey (local)

Padriag Jack

Steo Wall

Times: 12 noon to midnight (Gates open 10am)

Adult ticket: £25 + booking fee

£30 on the gate

Children’s ticket: £5 + booking fee (All children must be accompanied by an adult)

Camping: £5 per person

Parking: Free

No Dogs Allowed (Only assistance dogs)

Huge thanks to our Sponsors:

Convey Salons, 26 College Square, Stokesley TS9 5DN


No food and drinks

A bag search will be conducted by security on the entrance gates.

All children to be accompanied by an adult

Camping :

No generators

No gas bottles

No camp fires

BBQ's permitted


Convey Salons is a multi award winning hair and beauty salon situated in College Square Stokesley. Recently Voted number one salon in the North East based on customer reviews on www.mylocalsalon.co.uk and winning national competitions which saw them named Hair salon Of the Year 2015 and once again in 2016 with The English Hair and Beauty Awards and The British Hair and Beauty Awards.


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