Classic rock band announced as headliner for London festival

July 19, 2017 by  

Foghat, a rock band that originally formed in 1971, will be the closing act during the World Chicken Festival – an annual, three-day event in London.

Perhaps best known for the song ‘Slow Ride’, the band has been together for nearly 50 years and has continued to tour and perform live during those years, even though two of its original members have since passed away.

Organizers of music festivals and concerts can use poster printing to let people know who will be performing and when.

While Foghat is the main event for the World Chicken Festival, they will not be the only act to perform on the Stage of Stars.

The festival will start on Thursday, September 21, with a performance from Guy Penrod, a gospel singer, at 7:00 pm. On Friday, September 22, Thompson Square, a country duo, and Amazing Rhythm Aces, a country rock group which also formed in the 1970s, will perform.

On the final day of the festival, September 23, Steve Augeri, perhaps best known as the singer who took over the role of lead singer for Journey after Steve Perry left the group, will perform in the slot before Foghat. Earl and the Agitators, a group that includes two original members of Foghat – Bryan Bassett and Roger Earl – will perform at 5:30 pm that day.

Foghat is scheduled to play at 9:30 pm that evening.