The new line-up has been announced.
Another set of incredible acts have been announced for the seventh year of Bushstock including the likes of Spring King, Seafret and Benjamin Francis Leftwich. Further acts are still to be scheduled for the event this summer, which has been curated by Communion Presents.
The festival, which takes place annually at a variety of venues in the Shepherd's Bush area of London, was nominated last year for Best Independent Festival at the Aim Awards. If this year's line-up is anything to go by, they'll have a good chance at another nomination in 2017.
Among the latest acts to be announced for this exciting multi-genre festival are Manchester-based post-punk quartet Spring King, Bridlington duo Seafret, acoustic artist Benjamin Francis Leftwich, London locals Colouring and BANFI, rising soul star Rhys Lewis, alt-country group The Wandering Hearts and ethereal singer-songwriter Tender Central.
Already announced were Irish singer Aine Cahill, Basia Bulat from Canada, London's FOURS, Gordi from Sydney, rising star Jade Bird, dream-pop act Krusoe, Liv Dawson, Danish duo Palace Winter and Hertford soloist Ten Tonnes. Meanwhile, The Staves have been named as headliners. The sibling trio have just launched a new single entitled 'Tired As F**k' and they are on tour across North America this month with many of the dates sold out. They are also set to play Bottlerocks Festival in California and Ireland's Forbidden Fruit Festival.
More: Read our review of The Staves' last EP 'Sleeping In A Car'
Last year, the festival hosted names such as Shura, The Big Moon, Bear's Den, Shells, Seramic, Rationale, Dan Croll and Charlie Cunningham, while in the past it has seen the likes of Bastille, George Ezra, Hozier and Nick Mulvey among others. The full schedule and listed venues such as St Stephen's Church and Bush Hall are still to be confirmed along with the completed line-up.
Bushstock 2017 will take place on June 10th, with tickets on sale now for £30.