The three-day indoor Ramblin Roots Revue music festival returns to High Wycombe for a fourth year from 22-24 April, in association with Americana label, Clubhouse Records. The bill boasts more than 35 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 an acoustic stage supported by the UK Americana Music Association, 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.