Two fabulous evenings of music, with a little bit of something for everybody. Friday evening will be chilled and laid back, Saturday you can air guitar to your hearts content with Quo-Incidence as our headliners.
With real ale on tap and great food available these are two evenings not to be missed!
The bands will be playing in our main barn, you can relax with a drink (or two) and enjoy the surroundings of the Reindeer Lodge, we’ve plenty of parking and we are only 10 minutes taxi ride from Rugeley Trent Valley station.
The lodge is fully accessible for any disabled visitors, we have a small number of disabled parking bays and disabled toilet facilities.
We’ll kick off the evening with music from Staffordshire musicians Chloe Shaw & Sam Hollyman.
Followed by a regular at ‘The Middle of Nowhere’ Festival – Chris B
Topping our Friday night bill will be ‘Waiting for Susan’ – a three-piece folk-pop group with a difference.
The band perform their own music plus have a wide repertoire of covers ranging from The Beatles, The Monkees to Coldplay, Elbow, Stereophonics and much much more.
We’ll start the evening with ‘Loveless’ and Paul Martin
Followed by the ever popular ‘Herbaceous Borders’ – an eclectic band consisting of four multi talented musicians and songwriters, probably unique in it’s ability to play a fusion of music genres, originals and covers with a twist, ranging primarily from blues, southern rock, rock & roll, jazz and country.
If you live local you’ll have seen them recently performing at The Greyhound’ in Colton and at The Middle of Nowhere Festival later this month. Click the link to see them play.
Topping the bill will be Status Quo Tribute band – Quo-incidence, click the video below and rock along to ‘Caroline’
We apologise the event has been cancelled.
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