TIm Burgess To Host Tim Peaks Diner Stage At Kendal Calling

Charlatans frontman invites Frankie and the Heartstrings & More to get involved this August.

This year’s Kendal Calling festival has confirmed the involvement of Tim Peaks Diner, the musical, cultural and foodie pop up set up by The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess.

Open from 10am until 10pm, this year’s Tim Peaks involves Frankie and the Heartstrings bringing their Pop Recs Ltd. store to Kendal Calling. Nick Hodgson from Kaiser Chiefs’ new band Albert Albert are set to perform at the event, alongside Seahawks and dance outfit Wigan Young Souls.

Other activities involve Oasis’ Bonehead providing a track by track guide to ‘(What’s the story) Morning Glory?’

Tim Burgess had this to say about Tim Peaks Diner’s involvement at Kendal Calling:

‘Our amazing log cabin will once again be the place to be for damn fine cherry pie, secret gigs, not so secret gigs, fantastic coffee, brilliant music and unforgettable memories. Plus we’ve got our own astrophysicist and a record shop too.’

Taking place from 1st - 3rd August, Kendal Calling is set against the backdrop of Lowther Deer Park in The Lake District and tickets are currently priced at £119. Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, Suede and Example headline this year’s fest.

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