Concert: Wildwood Kin

Friday 6th October 2017 at 19.30

TV and radio presenter Bob Harris is hosting a special edition of his Under The Apple Tree Sessions in Exeter Cathedral to launch the brand new Lost Weekend festival on October 6th.

Headlining will be Exeter’s own Wildwood Kin, playing their biggest hometown concert to date. The all-female, indie folk trio's debut album “Turning Tides” was released to critical acclaim in August and this will be their first Exeter show since its release.  Selected by the BBC as one of the highlights of Glastonbury 2017, the girls are known for their sublime harmonies and accompany themselves on acoustic instruments underpinned by Meghann Loney’s driving percussion. 

Bob commented - "It’s a great privilege to be able to call Wildwood Kin my chosen ‘Emerging Artist of the Year’ for 2017. They are so special, and having them perform in the breathtaking Exeter Cathedral for my Under The Apple Tree Sessions will be a truly memorable evening. Joining them will be my 2016 Emerging Artist from last year Robert Vincent, and the hottest rising UK Country star Catherine McGrath."

Ticket information

Available from Exeter Phoenix Box Office, 01392 667080 or book online.

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About Lost in Music

Around the city, Lost in Music will include performances from Dutch Uncles, Denzel Himself, Big Zuu, Mise En Scene, Muncie Girls, Eliza and the Bear,  Zion Train, Tiger Lion and much, more though out the night. 'With a roaming wristband ticket, visitors can get exclusive access to six venues including Exeter Cathedral, the Chapter House, Exeter Phoenix and The Cavern Club. There are also three free stages for everyone to enjoy. In all venues apart from the cathedral the music starts at 2pm

The Lost Weekend Festival

Lost In Music is part of the Lost Weekend Festival of music, tech, art, film and talks across various venues in Exeter city centre on the weekend of October 6-8. The music programme also includes other stand alone events such as Wildwood Kin playing at the Cathedral on Friday, October 6, and a music conference at Exeter Phoenix on the same day. Festival partners include Exeter City Council, the Met Office, TEDx Exeter, Kaleider, Exeter Phoenix and the Cavern Club. 

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