Surrey band Two Weeks In Nashville are taking their unique sound to the WigWam stage at cinch presents CarFest 2023.
The festival is taking place at Laverstoke Park Farm across the bank holiday weekend of August 25 to 27, and Two Weeks In Nashville will play an unforgettable set on Friday, August 25.
Music lovers heading for the WigWam stage will find it located in The BarFest Arms, and those looking for a lively pub vibe are in for a treat as they can enjoy some of the most talented up-and-coming live music acts, including Two Weeks In Nashville.
Hosted by Timothy Taylor, The BarFest Arms is the place to take the weight off your feet and quench your thirst while watching a stunning line-up of music.
Serving award-winning Timothy Taylor’s cask ales – plus their strikingly refreshing pale ale, Hopical Storm – along with a selection of lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks, the festival pub provides the perfect pairing for any pint: live music.
Festival-goers can discover new artists up close and personal, as these rising stars showcase their signature style and energy on the WigWam stage.
For the indie rock fans attending, look no further than Two Weeks In Nashville. This dynamic trio is made up of Billy LeRiff, Marc De Luca and Ian Wilson, who first bonded over their love for classic rock legends. Their music is heavily influenced by their trip to Nashville, leading them to create a sound that’s all their own.
In just the past year, Two Weeks In Nashville have made waves in the industry, receiving support from big names like Wonderland Magazine, BBC Introducing and MTV Rocks.
Becoming best known for their raucous and electric live shows, the trio have headlined grassroots venues across the UK, alongside support slots with Supergrass, Scouting For Girls, The Hoosiers and Toploader. This is sure to be an unmissable performance on this year’s WigWam stage.
Following the momentous success of last year, cinch presents CarFest 2023 will again host a whopping seven magical festivals in one: AdventureFest, FoodFest, KidsFest, RetroFest, SpaFest, StarFest and of course CarFest.
Whether visitors love exploring the great outdoors, watching cars performing jaw-dropping stunts, or hearing stunning music from big name established artists such as Craig David, McFly and Texas, or fresh new UK musical talent, CarFest will have something for everyone.
Radio presenter Chris Evans created CarFest in 2012 to raise money for UK children’s charities.
For tickets see www.carfest.org