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Paloma Faith announced as latest act for Thetford Forest live line-up

12:20 19 January 2015

Paloma Faith performs at High Lodge in Thetford Forest. Photograph Simon Parker

Paloma Faith performs at High Lodge in Thetford Forest. Photograph Simon Parker

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The latest name for this summer’s Thetford Forest Live gig line-up has been announced as Paloma Faith.

The British singer will perform hits from her hugely successful third album, A Perfect Contradiction, at the High Lodge site on July 4, the Forestry Commission announced today.

A Perfect Contradiction included hit singles Only Love Can Hurt Like This and Can’t Rely on You.

She said she was “so excited” to be appearing at Thetford, having performed on the Forest Live tour previously in 2013.

“I did it before and had such a wonderful time. We are very lucky in Britain to have such a beautiful and diverse landscape and I am excited to play for you there again. See you all in the summer,” she said.

Tickets go on sale from 9am on Friday, January 23, and cost £38.50, plus a £3.85 booking fee.

To buy tickets, call the Forestry Commission box office on 03000 680400 or go to www.forestry.gov.uk/music

Income generated from the shows goes on protecting, improving and expanding England’s forests and woodlands.

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