FESTIVAL NEWS: Beyond The Woods Festival announce full line-up for 2021



Beyond The Woods Festival returns to Stourton Woods, Lincs from Friday 6th – Sunday 8th August 2021 for an essential weekend of new music talent. Teaming up with tastemaker & radio presenter Abbie McCarthy for a Good Karma Club takeover on Friday night, the festival can finally announce their full lineup for 2021. A wave of exciting talent including folk favourites The Staves and Flyte, viral indie-pop sensations DECO, and rising stars APRE, Bull, CJ Pandit, Emily Pilbeam, Faers, JJ Draper, Mona Vale, Project Hilts, Rebekah Fitch, Sad Boys Club, The Rills, Lottery Winners, The Activators and VISTAS.

Playing across Beyond the Woods’ five stages, they join a bill boasting headline sets from Alfie Templeman, joesef, Baby Queen, Luz and Master Peace – announced earlier this year.

Speaking about the festival, Abbie McCarthy said “Bring on Beyond The Woods festival this summer! I’ve managed to get 5 of my favourite new acts on one stage in Alfie Templeman, Joesef, Baby Queen, Luz & Master Peace – this is going to be one HUGE party!”

Abbie has been hosting her sold out Good Karma Club nights in intimate London venues for a number of years with the event quickly becoming known as one of the best places to catch rising stars, having hosted the likes of Tom Grennan, The Amazons, Pale Waves and many more.

2021 will also see Beyond The Woods continue their support for rising local talent. Teaming up with BBC Introducing in Lincolnshire and Access Creative College, the festival adds an early stepping stone for acts and students in the area hoping to make it onto one of BBC Introducing’s national stages – a combination that has proven success with the likes of Holly Humberstone appearing at Beyond The Woods early in her career thanks to the local BBC team.

The local lineup for 2021, announced today will see emerging Lincolnshire artists Ben Simmons, Burridge, Ell Ivy, Duccbod, Indigo Bay, Jaz Beeson, Jazz Lingard, Jimmy Harvey, Kings & Bears. Marshall, Pylons, Vigilantes and Who’s Misty join Beyond the Woods 2021.


Alfie Templeman // APRE // Baby Queen // Ben Simmons // Bull // Burridge // CJ Pandit // Deco // Duccbod // Ell Ivy // Emily Pilbeam // Faers // Indigo Bay // Jaz Beeson // Jazz Lingard // Jimmy Harvey // JJ Draper // Joesef // Kings & Bears // Lottery Winners // Luz // Marshall // Master Peace // Mona Vale // Olivia Dean // Project Hilts // Pylons // Rebekah Fitch // Sad Boys Club // The Activators // The Rills // The Staves // Vigilantes // Vistas // Who’s Misty


Early bird tickets for Beyond The Woods Festival 2021 have now sold out.

Phase 1 tickets are on sale now – pricing as follows:

Phase 1, Includes Camping, £60.50 inc. booking fee
Under 16, Includes Camping, £38.50 inc. booking fee
Under 12, Includes Camping, £27.50 inc. booking fee
Under 5s free (but still need to reserve a ticket)

Maximum of 20 tickets / Under 16s must be accompanied by an Adult 18+

Tickets are available from: https://beyondthewoods.co.uk

About Beyond The Woods Festival:

Beyond The Woods Festival is an independent event run by a group of friends and music lovers. Originally starting as JoeFest, an 18th birthday party in a back garden in Lincoln, the event has grown to become a fully licensed public event which has been based at Stourton Woods, Baumber, near Horncastle, Lincolnshire since 2017.

About Abbie McCarthy:

Abbie McCarthy is the go-to-girl for the best new music recommendations. Abbie currently presents BBC Music Introducing in Kent, a radio show that is greatly respected amongst members of the industry and music fans alike for its top music curation. Abbie has discovered and championed a vast array of great acts and is very popular with listeners because of her warm, fun presentational style and infectious sense of humour

Abbie is the mastermind behind Good Karma Club, a gig night championing the hottest new bands around. The sold out nights have also featured a fair few famous faces in the crowd over the years, including Alex Turner, Bastille & Catfish and the Bottlemen. The platform has provided early shows for the likes of Tom Grennan, The Amazons, Pale Waves and many more.

You can also catch Abbie on your TV screens, via 4Music & The Box Network, hosting Boxfresh, a show that shines a spotlight on the biggest new artists on the planet.

Aside from music, Abbie’s other passion is sport, which really shone through in her entertaining coverage of the Women’s World Cup for Chelsea Women’s FC’s socials. You’ll also find Abbie guesting frequently on BBC Two’s new football show, MOTDx, a fun, youth-focused spin-off of the legendary brand.

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