Midlands Forest Live concert 2023: Paul Weller to perform at Cannock Chase - all you need to know

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Paul Weller is coming to Cannock Chase - full details

Paul Weller will be performing at Forest Live 203 - the summer concert series presented by Forestry England, in Midlands. He has made a record-breaking 25 appearances as part of the concert series since debuting in 2004 - the most by any artist.

From his era-defining breakthrough with The Jam, reinvention via The Style Council, and formidable career as a solo artist, Paul, aged 64, has scored a string of Number One albums and singles.

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Constantly creating forward-thinking music, the ever-changing Weller has connected with fans across the generations and is regarded as a cultural icon of British music.

Paul Weller said: “I am very happy to be playing the Forest Live gigs again as they are always such great shows with such a great audience! See you there.”

Forest Live at Cannock Chase Dates

Paul Weller + special guests

Thursday 8 June: Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, Glos.

Friday 9 June: Cannock Chase Forest, near Rugeley, Staffs.

Saturday 17 June: Thetford Forest, near Brandon, Suffolk.

                               Paul Weller (Photo - Derek D’Souza)                               Paul Weller (Photo - Derek D’Souza)
Paul Weller (Photo - Derek D’Souza)

How to buy tickets?

Tickets on sale from 9am Friday 20th January at Forestry England website.

What is Forest Live?

Forest Live is a major outdoor live music series that introduces forests to new audiences in unique, natural woodland arenas around the country. Over 2 million people have attended a Forest Live gig in the last twenty-two years, enjoying great music and supporting the nation’s forests when buying a ticket.

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Going to a concert helps Forestry England create beautiful places for people to enjoy, run important conservation projects and keep growing trees. Last year they planted some 6.8 million trees, caring for the nation’s 1,500 woods and forests sustainably and welcoming 363 million visits annually.

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