Plumb, Delirious?, Yfriday, Downhere, LA Symphony all for 2004 Greenbelt.

THE WORLD'S longest running Christian arts festival Greenbelt has announced its line up for 2004. Greenbelt 04: Freedom Bound will take place at Cheltenham Racecourse from 27th to 30th August. Amongst the acts confirmed to play are Stage One American pop singer/songwriter Plumb rock worship pioneers Delirious? Canadian rock team Downhere Newcastle praise band Yfriday pioneering alternative rock The Violet Burning grassroots Liverpool band Supervision Los Angeles hip-hop posse LA Symphony critically acclaimed British rockers V12 Polish hard rock band Fruhstuck singer/songwriters Martin John Nicholls and Paul Field (offering a musical presentation Beyond Belief inspired by the Israel-Palestine conflict) and a special tribute to the late Johnny Cash.

The new indoor venue will feature singer/songwriters Martyn Joseph, Brian Houston and Cathy Burton. For more information visit CR

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