Wolverhampton blues band Creepin' Six have been announced to headline Lincoln's Festival 8 on July 15, ahead of the release of their debut album.
Festival 8 describes itself as a celebration of the senses, and offers a range of interactive entertainment including music, dance, art talks, workshops, meditation, yoga, parades, theatre and more to promote well-being and spirituality from July 15 to July 17 at Carbourne Parva.
Creepin' Six are set to headline the opening date of the fesitval within the Party Barn where you can sample live music with a fully-stocked bar including craft ales and ciders.
Guitarist Ashley Edwards says: "We are really excited to be playing Festival 8, especially with the headline slot we have been given.
"we are currently recording our debut full-length album to follow our existing e.p and can't wait to show everyone our new material.
"We plan to do with blues music what Mumford and Sons did for folk and really hope people dig what we are doing, both at Festival 8 and in the future."
The band have previously played folk and blues festivals across the UK as well as securing recurring headline slots in local venues such as Wolverhampton's the Dog and Doublet.
Creepin' Six are also set to appear at Wolverhampton's Slade Rooms on July 14 ahead of Festival 8 in support of Federal Charm.