Organisers of the inaugural Honiton Sausage & Cider Festival on May 3 are advising the public that tickets will not be available to purchase on the gate, such has been the response to online booking.
The festival, which is being held to raise money for emergency out-of-hours voluntary medical courier service Devon Freewheelers and other good causes, promises great entertainment with live music acts Sweet Black Angels, Ollie Bowern, Fools and Horses, Diamondogz plus headliners, The Wurzels.
As the first Honiton Sausage & Cider Festival draws nearer, the call is out for East Devon cider fans and businesses to lend a helping hand.
Ticket sales for the festival, on May 3 are going really well and the music line-up continues to grow with Diamondogz, Sweet Black Angels, Fools and Horses, Ollie Bowern and headliners The Wurzels all confirmed and more to come.
Trade stalls and food and drink stands are booking up nicely and with lots going on for all the family this promises to be a great day.
The Swamp Gods are an urban three piece living in a rural Devon idyll, playing a hybrid mix of electronica and post punk weirdness. Using found sounds, electronic loops, guitars that sound like synthesisers, and synthesisers that sound like they’re from Mars, the Swamp Gods weave infectious beats with bubble gum harmonies and angular melodies. Put this together with an intense stage presence and sense of humour and you get an act that’s winning fans and impressing hardened critics at every performance.