Carleen Anderson, Gilles Peterson, Aradhna added to Greenbelt bill.

MORE names have been added to the line up of Greenbelt, the world's longest running Christian arts festival. The additions are R&B diva Carleen Anderson, Indian worship duo Aradhna, New York new-folk outfit Hen, world dance music deejay Gilles Peterson, Cambridge ambient duo Note For A Child, popular Liverpool rock band Supervision, punk rock team Titus and CCM veteran Paul Field. Previously announced for the event are Mutemath, Superhero, Duke Special, Matt Redman, Johnny Parks, No More Horses, Rock 'n' Roll Worship Circus, Tim Hughes, Juliet Turner and Kendall Payne. Also contributing will be speakers Alan Boasak, Roy Jenkins, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Fr Richard Rohr, John Bell and Professor David Ford. The event, this year with the theme Tree Of Life, will take place at Cheltenham Racecourse from 26th to 29th August. Said festival chairperson Karen Napier, "We're expecting 20,000 people on site this year and we're working hard to give them a programme to remember. Acts are getting confirmed all the time now so keep an eye on our website for all the latest information." For more information visit CR

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