FSA Fest Returns for 2017

FSA Fest returns for 2017 with a fantastic line-up. The festival will be back at the fantastic Newark Showground, showcasing an awesome line up of country music artists and singer/songwriters from the UK, including Frankie Davies, Dahlia and Robbie Cavannagh.

US artists Jess and the Bandits will also be performing, ensuring that FSA Fest will have something for everyone, no matter what sort of country music you prefer.

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Artist(s):
Acoustic Journey, Beth Thornton, Blue Genes, Caitlin Koch, Clara Bond, Dahlia, Darcy, Dexeter, Ellie Dibben, Emma Jade Garbutt, Fifth Floor, Frankie Davies, Gary Quinn, Holly Rose Webber, Jade Helliwell, Jess and the Bandits, Kevin McGuire, Kinsey Rose, Robbie Cavanagh, Simon James, Southern Companion, The Cheap Seats, Thorne Hill, Two Ways Home
Date/Time
Date(s) - Fri 28 Jul 17 - Sun 30 Jul 17
All Day

Venue
Newark Showground
Newark
East Midlands

Event Details
Entrance Fee: £45 for whole weekend
Line Dancers: Yes
Partner Dancers: Yes
Supporting Disco: Yes
Bar Available: Yes
Food Available: Yes
Advance Tickets Only: No


FSA Fest 2017 – A UK festival in the North of England showcasing emerging talent in Country Music.

Check fsapresents.com or Facebook for more information

The fantastic list of artists announced so far are listed above

  • Hard Standing available for caravans
  • Dogs allowed
  • On site showers & Toilets
  • Food & Drink available

£45 per person (plus booking fees) , Under 16s FREE.  This gets you admission for the whole weekend including free camping.  Book your tickets at See Tickets.

Bringing you the best of UK country music, brought to you FSA presents.

Events Manager
Events Co-Ordinator

Click this link to see what other events are coming up at Newark Showground



If you have (or someone you know has) a country music festival or other country music event, it can be advertised for FREE on the UK Country Music Events website. Sign up at ukcountryevents.info/register

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