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Organisers of a popular music festival already have an exciting line-up planned for next year.

The Holbeach Music and Beer Festival will be embracing a superhero theme when it returns next August.

Entertainment will also be provided by tribute acts to artists such as Stereophonics, P!nk, Oasis, Kasabian, The Jam, Maroon 5, AC/DC, Mumford & Sons, ABBA.

Holbeach Music & Beer Festival
Holbeach Music & Beer Festival

The first 500 tickets have already been released and are on sale.

Event organiser Sean Taylor has been delighted with how the festival has grown.

He said: “We have quickly established ourselves as a well organised, respected and now one of the most popular community family friendly events in Lincolnshire.

“The whole team understands that to continue to grow we need to invest in the event by securing the best bands and continue to attract new guests to Holbeach while still keeping the public entry cost affordable for families.

“We rely on business sponsorship endorsements to subsidise our costs and we’ve been very fortunate over the years with so many companies who want to work in partnership with ourselves and if any new businesses would like to join us please do.

“We will still have all the other attractions to guarantee fun for all the family including DJ sets, camping, glamping, beers, real ale, ciders, funfair, food, ice cream, VIP marquee, kids zone with free kids entertainment, sand pit and guaranteed fun for all the family”.

The event runs from Thursday, August 4, to Monday, August 8, on Kings Field in Raven’s Gate.

A four day camping pass costs £60 including first night entertainment.Adult tickets cost £10 a day or £30 for a weekend three day pass.

Tickets and event information are available from www.musicandbeerfestival.co.uk or call 01406 490265 / 07955 885030.



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