This year's Summer's End progressive rock festival has announced day splits for this year's event, which takes place at the Drill Hall in Chepstow from October 5-8. The event is headlined by Swiss prog rock trio Cellar Darling, Oliver Wakeman introducing his new Anam Cara project and UK prog rock quintet Threshold.
Thursday October 5
Book of Genesis (UK Genesis tribute)
Friday October 6
Saturday October 7
Oliver Wakeman’s Anam Cara
David Cross Band
Sunday October 8
Comedy of Errors
Hands of the Heron
"There are now so many UK festivals, it’s becoming increasingly hard to give our audience something different but – once again – we think we’ve achieved that with a very varied lineup," the organisers tell Prog. "Three terrific headliners, including another exclusive performance and a few surprises!"
Three-day (£120) and four-day (£132, including the Thursday night event to be announced). Day splits and day tickets will be available in about a week.