Sold Out Stonedead Festival ready for August 2021

Black Star Riders, Terrorvision and Gun are set to top this years sold out Stonedead festival at the Newark Showground on 28 August 2021. Massive Wagons, Kris Barras Band, Blaze Bayley, The Treatment, Myke Gray and Dead Man’s Whiskey complete the lineup.

There is also a Friday Night Rock Party, which features Wayward Sons, Cats In Space, Stop Stop and The Hot Damn.

Government restrictions previously caused H.E.A.T, Tygers Of Pan Tang and VA Rocks to be unable to play the festival, but the updated lineup looks set to lead a mouthwatering weekend.

All arena and camping tickets are sold out. A previous 10% increase in licence numbers and the offer to refund supporters in Europe who could not make the festival meant that some tickets were added for sale, but the organisers say that no additional tickets will be issued.

Private ticket sales have been offered on Facebook, but all tickets are paper tickets, so be warned that these purchases must be sent by post and cannot be electronically transferred. Full details are available on the Stonedead Festival Facebook page.

Along with a Saturday coach, the Friday Night Stonedead Express has been added. Pickups are from Newark Lodge Guest House, The Lions Bed And Breakfast, Best Western Deincourt Hotel, Beaumond Cross Inn, Millgate House Hotel and Premier Inn Newark. Tickets are £5 return, and can be bought at

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