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The Spalding Festival is on its way...


By Spalding Reporter


The Spalding Music and Beer Festival, returning for its fourth annual fest, is just around the corner, writes Patrick Walsh.

Music, beer and (hopefully) sunshine, the festival has it all and with a huge number of food stalls, there is no better way to spend a weekend.

Last year's festival saw a huge turnout enjoying the music, beer and atmosphere. (2231878)
Last year's festival saw a huge turnout enjoying the music, beer and atmosphere. (2231878)

Last year’s festival saw renowned bands Loose Rocket and Zebra playing to a huge turnout, and overall the festival raised more than £20,000 for charity.

And 2018 also saw the introduction of a popular outdoor stage where artists played in the sunshine.

This year, businesses from all over the area, big and small, are supporting the festival and, with much of the festival’s profit going to charity, this is certainly an event you don’t want to miss.

Raising a glass at last year's festival. (2231956)
Raising a glass at last year's festival. (2231956)

Full details on this year's event are set to be announced soon.

The festival is organised by Spalding Round Table and is on May 24-26 at the Castle Sports complex in Spalding. Tickets are available via: www.spaldingroundtable.co.uk

Out in the sunshine at last year's festival in May. (2231920)
Out in the sunshine at last year's festival in May. (2231920)

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