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The Hoosiers complete line-up for Hops and Harvest festival at Kent Life

PUBLISHED: 12:38 25 August 2017 | UPDATED: 12:38 25 August 2017

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They’ll be performing some of their greatest hits including Goodbye Mr A and Worried About Ray

Chart-topping band The Hoosiers will complete the line-up on the main stage at the Hops and Harvest Boutique Festival next month.

The pop-rock group, best known for hits Goodbye Mr A and Worried About Ray, will take to the stage at Kent Life Heritage Farm Park, near Maidstone, ahead of headline act Starsailor on Saturday, September 9.

Newton Faulkner and Toploader are heading the bill on Sunday, September 10.

The festival will also have Hannah Williams and The Affirmations, fresh from having their song featured in the title track of Jay-Z’s 4:44 album.

Other names confirmed to be performing over the weekend include The Wholls, The Peaks, and Remedy Sounds.

Kent Life’s general manager Natalie Cox, said: “The Hops and Harvest Boutique Festival is shaping up to be quite the weekend in thr country. With an incredibly talented music line-up, a mouth-watering choice of local ales and ciders, a good range of food, and plenty of activities for the chlidren, including games, workshops and storytelling, there really is something for everyone.”

For more information and tickets visit hopsandharvest.co.uk

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