The Waterboys, Richard Thompson and Caravan to play Cropredy

Festival hosts Fairport Convention will also appear twice

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The first batch of artists have been unveiled for Fairport’s Cropredy Convention, taking place near Banbury in Oxfordshire on August 8-10 2019.

The festival’s first night will be headlined by The Waterboys, with other acts announced including Martin Simpson, Seth Lakeman, Caravan and Richard Thompson, who will appear with his erstwhile bandmates Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg and Simon Nicol.

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Hosts Fairport Convention will also play twice, opening the festival with an acoustic set on the Thursday and closing it with a two-hour headline set on the Saturday.

Tickets are on sale now from the official Cropredy site, priced £140 (camping tickets cost £45 for three nights). The first 1,000 orders will receive a Christmas card signed by all five members of Fairport Convention.

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