The Cross Rhythms Festival gains 12 new acts for Genesis 2000: New Beginnings

NEW ATTRACTIONS have been added to the bill for the Cross Rhythms Festival Genesis 2000: New Beginnings. The latest additions are the world's most popular Christian Celtic group Iona; South African dance pop team MIC (voted by festival goers the most popular band at the 1999 festival); American rock team Downpour (previously known as Plaid) London hip hop unit the Elements; Irish band Clay; South African rock band Eminent Child; popular singer/songwriter Brian Houston; top gospel choir the Visual Ministry Choir; Midlands group Waxed; popular Irish singer Joseph; rap group SNL; new South African band The Benjamin Gate; and rock aggregation 11th Hour.
They will be joining the acts already announced for the 21-23 July festival in Okehampton, Devon that include Noel Richards, Tomorrow's Girl, David Evans and Yfriday. CR

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