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A celebration of Black Country music is again being held on the grounds of the beautiful Bantock House near Wolverhampton. This year’s Banstock sees an emphasis on local talent with Miles Hunt of the Wonder Stuff headlining, joined by Jonn Penney and Rat from fellow Black Country band Ned’s Atomic Dustbin in the guise of ‘Ned’s Acoustic Dustbin’. The bill also includes local lads the Wild Flowers, Two Faced Tom and the Bootleg Boys and the Humdrum Express, along with others. Banstock will be the first ever ticketed acoustic event at which old friends Miles, Jonn and Rat have played together.

The event will be a family-friendly garden party at a family-friendly ticket price (£18.71 per person); doors open at 3pm. Visit wolvescivic.co.uk for full details.

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