SOUL superstar Paloma Faith will be performing live to thousands of music lovers in Delamere Forest this summer.
Today (Monday, January 14) the 27-year-old singer was announced as the latest act to perform in a series of woodland concerts around the country known as Forestry Commission Live.
The quirky singer, known for hits including Stone Cold Sober, Upside Down and New York, will perform to packed crowds from a specially constructed stage under the trees at Delamere Forest on Friday, July 5 this year.
Paloma, who has been nominated for a best British Female Solo Artist and Mastercard British Album of the Year at this year’s Brit Awards, said she was excited about performing in the woodland over the Summer.
“I’m really excited about these shows. It’s going to be a great experience so I hope you will be able to join me on my woodland adventure this summer,” said Paloma.
“ I am very proud to be British and so happy to do something I love.”
Last year’s Forest Live concerts at Delamere Forest saw more than 12,000 music lovers flock to the woodland floor during the three day festival to watch performances by Will Young, Plan B and The Wombats.
And, with tickets to Paloma’s appearance expected to sell out in a matter of hours it looks like this year’s concerts could be the biggest yet, with crowds expected to flock from all over the country to enjoy the music under the trees.
Tickets for Paloma Faith costing £32.00 go on sale at 9.00am this Friday (January 18). Call the Forestry Commission box office on 03000 680400 or buy online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music.