Steelhouse fans are in for a real treat as The Darkness have been given ‘Permission To Land’, and have booked their One Way Tickets To The Top Of The Mountain… And Back. Fans should do the same. Who better to fill the prestigious Saturday night headliner slot as Britain emerges from the shadow of Covid ahead of what should be a wonderful Summer?
Justin Hawkins of The Darkness said, “People of rock! We are so happy to be able to come out and play with you again at the one and only Steelhouse festival! Fuck Covid – let’s put our thumbs in our belt loops and rock like there’s no tomorrow… or yesterday”.
Promoters Mikey Evans and Max Rhead said, “It gives us enormous pleasure to announce The Darkness as our SH2021 Saturday night headliners – a band so mighty that at the start of this century they single-handedly pulled the music we love out of depths and set it squarely back in front of the eyes and ears of our fair nation. They are the very best of British, dare we say a ‘National Treasure’. Welcome back boys!
“It makes us so happy to be able to announce something positive for the summer. There’s a feeling of optimism in the air following the announcement by the UK government. Couple that with the incredible vaccination roll-out and thankfully, the week-on-week fall in figures relating to the pandemic, we believe that Steelhouse is perfectly placed to finally celebrate its 10th anniversary…Thanks again to the Steelhouse family for their patience, understanding, sticking with us and wanting the festival to move forward”
Glamping is now sold out.
Weekend tickets are £110 in advance, Saturday and Sunday day tickets are £65…Friday is free to anyone holding a weekend or single Sat/Sun day ticket.
About Steelhouse Festival:
With its unique mountain top setting on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, this family friendly great value event has built up a true following and a real heritage of its own over nine successful years. Previous performers at The Steelhouse Festival have included Thin Lizzy, Glenn Hughes, Myles Kennedy, Black Star Riders, The Wildhearts, Thunder, The Darkness, UFO, Europe, Rival Sons, Saxon, Anvil, Michael Schenker, and Skindred. The event now includes a larger stage, an official Friday night, more glamping and an official signing tent sponsored by our media partner Planet Rock where the fans will get to meet a selection of musicians rocking the mountain in July.