They join the line-up for Saturday at Off The Tracks, when the bill is headlined by space rock legends Hawkwind and Simon Friend’s Seismic Survey, the Levellers guitarist’s acoustic side project.
Bringing his blues to the people in a career spanning three decades, ZZ Birmingham’s charismatic stage presence, dynamic musical skills and fund of blues lore continue to enthral blues fans nationwide.
ZZ Birmingham will grace the main stage on Friday, May 25, on a bill topped by former Dr Feelgood and Blockheads guitarist Wilko Johnson. The Sunday line-up is headlined by Dub Pistols and Warsaw Village Band.
Off The Tracks offers more than 40 artists on two stages, as well as 70+ real ales, ciders and perries, excellent camping facilities and a relaxed, family friendly atmosphere. Food on offer includes venison reared in the venue’s own historic deer park.
With three weeks to go (as of Friday May 4) advance weekend tickets are priced £70. Advance youth tickets are £40 (12-16 years old). Admission is free for under-12s. Tickets are available from www.offthetracks.co.uk or in person from Fould’s Music, Derby and all parking and camping is free for advance ticket holders.
Full-day and evening-only tickets are also now available, with details and pricing on the website www.offthetracks.co.uk .