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CarFest 2017 Music Acts Announced

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CarFest 17

Well — did you get your tickets this morning? If you didn't manage to get through — don't forget that CH3 residents will be able to purchase tickets in spring 2017.

Well, we already knew about about Rick Astley, Tom Odell and Texas and we could have guessed that Mel C would turn up again, but here are a few more confirmed acts to whet your appetite.

A huge welcome back to Seasick Steve after his CarFest absence in 2016.
Deacon Blue will be sailing in on their Ship of Dignity.
Are Dodgy Good Enough for You?
And are you ready to rock out to Welsh rock Gods, the Manic Street Preachers?
to see in writing...

Great news — and we know that there will be many more bands announced before the event — but really there is one name we are all still waiting for. Look out on for the breaking news as soon as FAITHLESS are confirmed!


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