Stonedeaf Festival 2019, One Day, One Stage, One monster show returns on 24th August 2019 at Newark Showground !

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Stonedeaf 2019 is a one day, one stage, rock festival and has been cited as one of
the UK’s friendliest rock festivals, come and experience it for yourself!

Returning to Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire on Saturday, August 24th 2019.

The ‘Voice of Rock’ GLENN HUGHES is headlining Stonedeaf Festival. Glenn is set to perform Deep Purple Live Classics amongst other favourites on the ‘Tommy Vance Stage’ at Stonedeaf. Vocalist, bassist and songwriter Glenn is a Rock Legend who personifies British Rock at is best. Glenn has written, played and sung some of the best rock songs of all time. Prepare to be transported to a place where rock music has the power to change the world.

Inglorious, this dynamic five-piece hard rock band use inspiration from the ’70s and 80’s to fuse together a thoroughly modern mix of incredible rock music. Massive guitar riffs, Nathan James’s fabulous vocal range and accessible lyrics means that Inglorious are sure to prove popular at Stonedeaf 2019

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons bring the best of Welsh Rock Royalty to Stonedeaf Festival. Motörhead’s lead guitarist Phil Campbell needs no introduction, PCATBS are an amazing, focussed five-piece band who bring all their individual influences to the table. The hard chunky riffs, squealing guitars and solid rock vocals all add up to “bring it” to the Tommy Vance Stage. This is trademark
award-winning “horns up” rock grandeur at its best, get ready to party.

Wayward Sons, formed by singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer Toby Jepson. Wayward Sons use current social issues to provide thought-provoking lyrics, adding in a powerful mix of heavy rocking guitars, and very catchy riffs Wayward Sons have burst onto the heavy rock scene with a pedigree of musicians that screams ability and

One of the legendary voices of metal Geoff Tate is regarded as one of the most skilled rock vocalists in the world. The original Queensrÿche singer is set to captivate and mesmerise the Stonedeaf crowd with his breathtaking performance with a best of Operation Mindcrime set.

Very few cult NWBHM bands are cited as having a pioneering influence on both fans
and bands alike, however, Diamond Head is one of those bands. Diamond Head
bring to the Tommy Vance stage that timeless heavy metal sound and a 40-year legacy dreamt by most.

The Amorettes, a supergroup coming together with additions from Tequila Mockingbird and Aaron Buchanan and the Cult Classics an all-female Rock and Roll Machine, bring great riffs, songs and fantastic energy to the stage.

Australia’s Massive is a modern volatile hard rock engine, fuelled on adrenaline, beer and an obvious passion for Rock’n’Roll. With a deservedly growing global following, this quartet goes all out to do it right, all night.

Samarkind is based in Dublin, this multinational talented four-piece brings a bluesy feel to hard rock. The quartet wowed the Production Team Final Vote and we are delighted they will open the Tommy Vance Stage.

With between set music from Midlands Metalheads Radio to keep the party at full swing and the legend that is Krusher Joule, acting as compere for the day.

Stonedeaf’s stellar line-up aims to excite both classic and new rock fans in providing a great one day, one stage festival where the music is loud, the beer and food are priced competitively and you can camp/park 5 minutes from the arena.

The festival is being solely organised by volunteers, created for the fans by the fans, Stonedeaf is
a festival experience not to be missed. With a free signing tent brought to you in conjunction with Planet Rock Radio.

This year camping tickets also include access to a warm-up for the main event with a Friday night Rock Party brought to you in conjunction with Midlands Metalheads Radio, with a non-stop DJ party, competitions, prizes and rock karaoke.

Disabled access: PA tickets are free with an email proof. Sheltered indoor premises are available for those who need it, near the first aid tent, with a fridge for medication, accessible toilets, and permanent shower facilities for disabled camping tickets and a staffed viewing platform.


With free car parking and only a small excess per van for campers and caravans
£50 Arena (+£10 camping)
Children (under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult)
£35 Arena (+£5 camping)
£175 per group of 4 Arena
£215 per group of 4 Arena and Camping
£160 per family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under the age of 14) Arena
£180 per family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under the age of 14) Arena and Camping

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