Love the Trees!

The fight against the government’s plans to sell off ALL of our public forests and woodland will hit Weston-Super-Mare from 8pm on Saturday 12th February.

The Something Else Tea Tent , based in the Forest of Dean, will be hosting a night of amazing music and dance to raise funds and awareness for the Hands Off Our Forest campaign in the popular live music venue Decades on Carlton Street.

Resident DJ for the evening will be no less than star of Rude Boy and punk culture extraordinaire Ray Gange.

The impressive line-up includes:-

The Boot Hill All Stars with their very own brand of banjo driven Hoedown Stomp..

Cosmo with his unique and diverse style consisting of punk, folk, hip-hop, human beatboxing, bluegrass and cowpunk..

Skewwhiff , a quirky four piece Indie Punk band with delicious female vocals..

Weston’s own The Self Inflicted (formerly The Ranting Jokers), a fine cocktail of covers and self-penned dirty punk..

..and The Something Else Tea Tent’s very own Muddy Summers and the Dirty Field Whores , best described as folking bluebilly, will be playing a short set in among some informative speeches from HOOF campaigners.

As if that isn’t enough, you can expect some sassy dancing from the gorgeous The Red Hot Frilly Kickers and the debut performance of ‘Backs to the Axe’ from The Something Else Tree Wenches..

..and as it’s Valentine’s weekend, you’ll even be able to hug a tree nymph!

Entry by donation on the door.


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