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Holbeach Music and Beer festival release additional tickets after Prime Minister Boris Johnson sets out roadmap out of lockdown




Hopes are high that Holbeach Music and Beer Festival will be going ahead this year after the Prime Minister has set out his roadmap out of lockdown.

Organiser Sean Taylor is looking forward to 'bringing the beach to Holbeach' in August this year and has released a further 750 tickets.

Last year the three day festival was forced to be cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak but following last night's roadmap announcement, which included hopes to lift all legal restrictions by June 21.

Bar staff take a break during a previous festival
Bar staff take a break during a previous festival

A social media post on the festival's webpage states: "A bit of good news from Boris tonight and if everything goes well in the next few weeks we could all possibly be looking forward to The 2021 Holbeach Music and Beer Festival.

"We’ve just released another 750 Early-Bird tickets starting from £10 per day and still no booking fees."

The festival, which will have a beach theme, will be taking place between August 6, 7 and 8.

Bands set to perform at the festival include Wild Boys, Revolver, The Moll Grips, Highrollers, The Decades, The Sugar Beats, The Tenters, Albany, Redemption, BDHC, No Danger, The McCurdy Brothers and The Doc Watson Express.

Other attractions include camping, glamping, VIP marquee, limbo competition, surf simulator, face painting and circus skills.

To book a ticket go to: www.musicandbeerfestival.co.uk



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