Crowded House Announce Forest Shows

The Charlatans also confirm a one-off woodland show

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Crowded House have announced a new series of UK shows, following last year’s sold-out arena shows.

The band, who reformed last year and released a brand new studio album ‘Time On Earth,’ will play three shows as part of the Forestry Commission’s annual forest tour this Summer.

The Charlatans have also confirmed that they too will play a one-off show for the Forestry Commission. They will play Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire on June 29.

The Charlatans tenth studio album ‘You Cross My Path’ will be available as a free download from www.xfm.co.uk from March 3, ahead of it’s physical release through Cooking Vinyl on May 19.

The Forestry Commission’s annual music tour is self-sustaining, paying for itself, and aims to raise revenue to plough back into the woodland in a variety of environmental and social projects.

Crowded House will be performing at:

Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Nr Edwinstowe, Notts (June 20)
Westonbirt National Arboretum, Nr Tetbury, Glos (June 21)
High Lodge, Thetford Forest, Nr Brandon, Suffolk (July 10)


Tickets for both band’s show go on sale this Friday (February 8) at 9am and are available from the ticket hotline: 01842 814612 as well as online at: www.forestry.gov.uk/music

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