The three-day indoor Ramblin Roots Revue music festival returns to High Wycombe for a third year from 12-14 April, in association with Americana label, Clubhouse Records. The bill boasts more than 30 roots, Americana, bluegrass and alt-country acts from the US, UK and Europe.
The Ramblin’ Roots Revue runs across three stages at Bucks Students' Union's award-winning venue including the EarBelly acoustic stage, which will feature some of the rising stars from the burgeoning folk and roots scene.
Tristan Tipping, head of Clubhouse Records, said: ‘The inaugural festival was a great success, with more than 1,000 people enjoying acts across the broad Americana and country music genres. We’re proud to be back with another quality line-up that reads like a ‘who’s who’ in contemporary Americana. It promises to be a great weekend, whatever the weather, and as well as being indoors you’re guaranteed to always be within a few metres of a stage showcasing fantastic acts, a well-stocked, reasonably-priced bar and good food.’
The Rebellion Beer Company, Ham Hill Cider and independent distillers will provide a range of craft beers, ales, lagers, ciders and a wide selection of whiskies and bourbons throughout the weekend. A variety of food concessions will offer freshly prepared BBQ, smokehouse treats, and Tex-Mex delicacies to suit all tastes.
Bucks Students’ Union’s fully-accessible venue is a few minutes’ walk from High Wycombe’s mainline rail station and is situated close to a wide variety of hotels in the town centre.