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10 June 2014

Cambridge Rock Festival returns to Haggis Farm Polo Club on 7-10th August 2014 and the lineup of all three stages is announced.

Top of the bill for the Saturday night is FM who will be celebrating their 30th anniversary, with Snakecharmer and Wishbone Ash headlining on the Friday and Sunday.

A recent and very welcome addition to the bill is the former Masterplan vocalist, Norwegian Jørn Lande, who will play his only UK gig at this event.

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The line up for Stage 1 is complete. The last addition is Leon Hendrix who will perform on the Saturday with his band for a performance of his big bro's classics.

Leon has indicated he will be delighted to meet CRFers during the course of the day as he is planning to meet and greet, plus host a book signing session.

A couple more bands are needed to complete the Cream of Cambridgeshire Stage but otherwise the Stage 2 and Stage 3 line up is now complete.

Please note slots are subject to further adjustment.

The great value £105 rate is now extended until 28th July.

As well as the main festival itself, CRF puts on support gigs during the year. On Saturday 21st June, Who's Next will play at the Memorial Hall in Newmarket.

Who's Next are a regular feature at both the support gigs and the Cambridge Rock Festival with so many of the 'geezer pleezers' in the set it's no wonder. Bring the Vespa or Lambretta - gated scooter parking by arrangement! Plenty of car parking in Grosvenor Yard car park just a few metres away. Tickets are now on sale.

Also in Newmarket on 20th September, ZZ Tops and HeKz will perform, guaranteeing a treat. These bands went down a storm at 2013;s festival, don;t miss the chance to catch them here.

For full details of this year's festival, and to buy tickets see


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