Dry The River will play their final show this summer at this weekends Tadstock festival at Kencot Hill Farm in the Cotswolds.
With only four days to go until the solar powered festival kicks off, there is still a chance to purchase tickets online from www.tadstock.co.uk and a limited amount will be available on the day at the gates.
The band called in to local radio station BBC Oxford yesterday to talk about the festival which is run in association with local charity CCProjects and Studio340 to help disadvantaged kids and young adults within the area and spoke about why playing festivals like Tadstock is important to them.
“We’re not trying to change the world or anything, we’re not U2” said bass player, Scott Miller, “but we like to do as much we can and do our bit.”
Speaking about the festivals use of renewable energy to power the day, he followed “festivals have quite an environmental impact when you think of the number people coming together so anything you can to to try and reduce that is great. What they’re doing is really cool and special and maybe more festivals should take note. It’s cool to be a part of it.”
You can listen to the full interview here