Kendal Calling Is Returning For 2021 With A Seriously Impressive Line-Up

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Kendal Calling Is Returning For 2021 With A Seriously Impressive Line-Up

The festival is back with a bang for its 15th birthday.

One of the North West’s favourite festivals is returning for 2021, and they’ve got a major line-up in store for their big post-pandemic comeback. And if that wasn’t all, they’ll be celebrating their 15th birthday, too, so you can expect serious party vibes for the occasion.

Taking place every summer in Kendal, Cumbria, Kendal Calling offers a diverse experience for music fans to enjoy, with a variety of artists from different genres gracing the stage every single year. And we’re talking big names, too, including the likes of the Courteeners, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Run DMC and even the Libertines performing in previous years.

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Confirmed to take place on 29th July till 1st August 2021, this year, fans of the festival can expect an equally stellar line-up – with The Streets, Craig David, Stereophonics, Manchester’s very own Blossoms and Faithless all confirmed for 2021.

Speaking about the return of Kendal Calling in 2021, festival co-founders Andy Smith and Ben Robinson said: “It’s a great feeling to be able to announce the return of Kendal Calling in 2021. Not being able to celebrate together in the fields last year has only heightened anticipation for our return this July with a lineup that truly captures what Kendal Calling is all about.
“It’s an honour to welcome back The Streets to headline this year’s show, along with Supergrass, Stereophonics and Dizzee Rascal all ready to make new festival memories – as well as massive names like Craig David’s TS5, Blossoms, The Kooks, DMA’s and Tom Grennan to name but a few. It’s sure to be an unforgettable moment stepping back into Lowther Deer Park this July and we can’t wait to have you all join us”.

Check out the line-up so far below:

Kendal Calling will take place at Lowther Deer Park between July 29th and August 1st this summer, and organisers have promised more names will be announced for its line-up real soon. A limited number of tickets are on sale now, and you can pick yours up here.

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