Hatfield House, Herts, Sunday 17 July 2022

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We were were so excited to confirm him as our 2020 headliner, that we were over the moon that Seasick Steve was still able to join us in 2021. His thoughtful, fitting and hugely entertaining performance was the perfect end to the festival and we were thrilled to be his first live performance in many months.

Steve says: ‘I live in the world of going out and rocking, you know. We do our best, every night. If someone has taken the trouble to spend their money to come and see us play, then we owe them to deliver. They’re my boss!

Steve’s long-time drummer Dan Magnusson (a.k.a. Crazy Dan) will of course be with him on this tour.

Steve can’t wait to get out on the road‘We rock. That’s what we do. When I see a club full of people, or a field full of people, they’re just with us and ready to get down in the mud (sometimes real mud!). We love it, and we love them.”

Renowned for shows that are both intimate and rowdy, charming and roof raising we know that Seasick Steve will close our festival with a standout performance full of heart and soul.

fantastically compelling and charismatic performer

- Guardian -

Seasick Steve sure as hell can cook up a storm

- louderthanwar.com -

genuinely emotive country-sad acoustic poignancy and grizzled, ear-punishing electric blues-rock

- The Scotsman -

His light-hearted manner paired with his wicked sense of humour and gravelly voice, really make for a night of knee-slapping and belly-laughing

- slatethedisco.com -