AFOB

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AFOBAcoustic Festival of Britain (UK)
AFOBArchaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin
AFOBAmerican Foundation for Overseas Blind (now Helen Keller International)
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ACOUSTIC FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN performing at the Acoustic Festival of Great Britain in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, from June 3-5.
A great live act, they have been in demand playing at the Great British Cheese Festival, this year's Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival, the Acoustic Festival of Britain, Nation Radio Showcase, and Wychwood Festival, ensuring they should be anything but rusty for the Big Gig Finals.
In May, she is set to release her latest solo album and is embarking on a tour to promote it, which will start in Cardigan on May 2, the eve of her children's book launch, and ends with a performance at the Acoustic Festival of Britain at Uttoxeter Racecourse on May 20.
Acoustic Festival of Britain When: May 22-25 Where: Catton Hall Park between Lichfield and Burton-on-Trent Who's playing?
THE all-star Acoustic Festival of Britain is bringing top international names in music to the Midlands over this Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
The Acoustic Festival of Britain takes place at Catton
Recently the outfit played at The Acoustic Festival of Britain and were honoured to perform straight after Fairport Convention and just before Jethro Tull.
She is due to perform next month at the T in the Park music festival in Scotland, the Guilfest festival in Guildford, and at the Acoustic Festival of Britain in Nantwich.
The Acoustic Festival Of Britain takes place at Catton Hall Park between Lichfield and Burton-on-Trent from May 22-25.
Supertramp star Roger Hodgson has been confirmed as headliner of the Acoustic Festival Of Britain at Catton Hall Park, near Lichfield, on the weekend of May 22-25 where he will joined by the likes of Deacon Blue, The Animals, Mungo Jerry, Magna Carta and Chris Difford.
The Acoustic Festival Of Britain takes place from May 24 till May 26 at Catton Hall Park, Walton On Trent, near Tamworth.