What's on?

2pm:          Gates open
7pm:          The Richmond Hillbillies
8:15pm:    Silver Lakes
9:30pm:    The Ginjammers

1pm:           Group walk
3-4pm:        Circus Skills
4pm:           Quiz
5:30pm       AJ Potter
6:45pm:      Edwina Hayes
8pm:           Drystone Blues collective
9:30pm:      To be announced


7pm: The Richmond Hillbillies

The Richmond Hillbillies bring a slice of Americana to Swaledale with their unique blend of guitars, resonator, and banjo. Their music, rooted in the traditions of American folk and bluegrass, is infused with the spirit of the Yorkshire Dales, creating a captivating cross-Atlantic musical experience.
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8:15pm: Silver Lakes

Silver Lakes are an acoustic music duo based in the North East of England. They cover a mix of genres across all your favourite decades.
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9:30pm: The Ginjammers

Armed with only two guitars, two voices and a harmonica, Pete and Hazel bring along a big bag of songs ranging from old-time mountain music to foot-stomping country/blues​.​
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1pm: Group walk

Meet us outside the stretch tent and the Vans In The Valley team will take you on a stunning short walk through the dales. Everyone including dogs are welcome. It's 3 miles long and we'll end it in Reeth where you can explore the local area, have an ice cream or check out the local pubs.

3pm-4pm: Circus Skills

Everyone's welcome to join in! Come join the Vans In The Valley team and have a little go of our range of circus toys. All ages are welcome.

4pm: Quiz

An excuse to get yourself into the arena, grab a pint and sit back and do a quiz. It's the perfect start to kicking off Saturday night. The winning team will win £20 cash.

5:30pm-11pm: The bands/performers start. 

5:30pm: AJ Potter

We have the phenomenal A.J.Potter playing for you all. A little bit of country with a little bit of blues, and some amazing storytelling encapsulates this guys performance.
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6:45pm: Edwina Hayes

Edwina merges English folk and Americana into a unique sound, earning praise from icons like Nanci Griffith and featuring in major films. With tours alongside stars like Jools Holland and hits with millions of online plays, her latest album "Ruby Rose" cements her as a standout singer/songwriter.

Take a look at her song: Feels like Home on Youtube.

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8pm: Drystone Blues collective

Local band playing the best of the blues from the heart of Swaledale.

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9:30pm: To be announced