Indie stars The Kooks top the bill at Norwich festival
Music fans will be spoilt for choice when a festival rammed full of acts takes place this month.
With amazing acts appearing across three stages, 14,000 music fans will descend on Earlham Park, Norwich for a day of incredible live music.
The inaugural Neck of the Woods festival will bring together some fantastic acts from all around the world - including indie stars The Kooks, who will be headlining the main stage.
Over the years, The Kooks have proven themselves to be pillars of the UK indie pop world.
Celebrating the 15th anniversary of their iconic debut studio album Inside In/Inside Out, the band will be reminding the Neck of the Woods crowd exactly why its songs are still the soundtrack to a whole generation of young people.
Then, sizing up a tasty mid-afternoon slot, The Snuts will also be tearing up the main stage with a set of their arch alternative-rock.
Becoming the first Scottish band to earn a No.1 position in the UK’s Official Albums Chart with their seismic debut last year, the West Lothian four-piece will be offering a tantalising opportunity to hear new music.
Other special guests across the main stage will include Sydney rock stalwarts DMA’s, Sony signed star-in-the-making Cat Burns, a high-energy performance filled with jagged love songs from South London’s Sea Girls and momentous guitar pop melodies and wistful lyricism aplenty from The Lottery Winners.
Over on the second stage, attendees will have the opportunity to catch Irish indie-rock frontrunners The Academic as they bring the songs of 2021’s acclaimed Community Spirit EP to the festival.
Additionally, Brighton band Yonaka will be topping the bill with their bruising brand of alt-rock.
As well as the music, there will also be boutique street food stands and bars across the site which will be catering to all needs from day ‘til dusk on Sunday, May 29.
Tickets are priced at £45 (+Booking Fee) and on sale now at www.neckofthewoods.co.uk.