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The Lichfield Guildhall is set to welcome back Celtic-fusion folk-rockers The Roving Crows.
The band have been making waves up and down the country on the festival circuit and have picked up a bucketful of accolades along the way, including two Irish Music Awards as well as being named Best Folk Act at the Exposure Music Awards.
Lichfield audiences will get another chance to catch the group when they perform at the city’s Roots and Folk Festival on Saturday (November 3).
Lichfield Arts Director Chris Newcombe said: “I love this band – they are a class act but also one of the hardest working bands around so they really deserve their success.
“We are delighted to have them back in Lichfield.”
The festival starts on November 2 at Wade Street Hall with singer-songwriter Lucy Ward and continues at the Guildhall on the following day with The Roving Crows and Something Nasty In The Woodshed. The event is wrapped up on Sunday by Kieran Goss and Aly Bain, Ale Möller and Bruce Molsky.
The Saturday and Sunday afternoon sessions are free, but tickets for the evening concerts can be purchased by calling 01543 262223 or visiting www.lichfieldarts.org.uk.