From a festival in Hay-on -Wye to a fayre in Wye.
How's that for nifty leap?
Check here for details of an exciting event in Kent Wye on 6th and 7th July (as opposed to Welsh Wye).
'Revel from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning in the stunning grounds of Withersdane Hall, set in the heart of the Kent countryside and only an hour by train from London.
Five stages of folk, rock, blues, roots, Americana, indie, electronica, raw grooves and psychedelia, plus comedy / real ale, real lager, wines & cocktail bars / great food & ice cream tricycles / al fresco record shop / marketplace / alternative healing & therapies tent / free camping & parking / rooms to rent.'
Sounds great, doesn't it?
You can see the full lineup here.
Here's what the organisers have to say about themselves:
'Wye Fayre is organised by a passionate and enthusiastic bunch of live music and comedy promoters, event organisers, designers and musicians.'
L, who told me about it, says:
'It's starting out on a similar scale to what Glastonbury once was ...'
How can you resist?
Tickets available here.
UPDATE: Just realised the links to the separate pages don't work for some reason too techy for my poor tired brain to work out. Each takes you to the main page and you can follow the links from there.