LeeStock ’18 bringing good music for a fantastic cause since 2006

LeeStock Festival looks set for it’s biggest year yet as it returns to Melford Hall in Suffolk and the 2018 line-up looks to be a cracker!

The Festival is a lasting tribute and memorial to local musician Lee Dunford who battled against Hodgkin’s Lymphoma until 2006, and the money that is raised  from the festival and associated fundraising events are donated to the Willow Foundation charity.

Starting in 2006, LeeStock was launched as a way for Lee’s friends to put on a tribute show in the memory of Lee Dunford who had sadly passed earlier in the year. After taking a year off, the event grew and helped raise £3000 for the Willow Foundation charity in 2008. Since the festival has grown leaps and bounds year on year, moving from different locations until it found it’s current home at Melford Hall Park.

Now at it’s current home the festival has had the space to keep on growing, bringing bigger and better line ups every year over the course of two days, with this year’s being no exception and all in aid of raising money for a fantastic cause. To date the festival has raised over £60,000 for the Willow Foundation.

The acts on the line-up include Feeder, Reef, Pigeon Detectives and plenty more will be gracing the LeeStock stage over the two days on 26th & 27th May 2018.

Other artists announced include The Rifles, Hurricane #1, Republica, The Jellycats and many more!

Full line-up below:
Saturday 26th May
Feeder, The Pigeon Detectives, The Rifles, Hurricane #1, Walkway, Hollowstar, Scarlet, Tom Sanderson, DJ Jack Rabbit Slim
Sunday 27th May
Reef, Republica, The Jellycats, Martin Rafferty and the Northern City Lights, Sian Cross, Ryno, The Von, Gabby Rivers, Phoebe Austin, Elephant In The Room, B.O.T.B Winners (TBC)


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