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Spalding Festival opens on May 24 at the Castle Sports Centre


By Spalding Reporter


There will be entertainment galore at Spalding Festival next weekend, starting on Friday (May 24) at the Castle Sports Centre.

Previously called Spalding Beer and Music Festival, it runs all the way through to Sunday, packed with live music, and is run by members of Spalding and district Round Table and Ladies Circle.

The event always promises top music and entertainment. (2231878)
The event always promises top music and entertainment. (2231878)

This year's event will have a real 'festival feel' with a craft fair, a fun fair, Zorb balls and bumper boats.

An outdoor stage and giant screen means families will be able to make the most of the open air, while seeing what's happening on the main stage.

Crowds at the 2018 Spalding Beer and Music Festival at Castle Sports Complex, Spalding. Photo by Tim Wilson. (6771597)
Crowds at the 2018 Spalding Beer and Music Festival at Castle Sports Complex, Spalding. Photo by Tim Wilson. (6771597)

The line up for Friday includes bands Revolver and Hothead; Saturday includes Halo, Paisley Circus, Another Girl Another Planet and many more.

Sunday, is ‘90’s night, with DJ Shaun Neal providing the music, and glow sticks available.

And, of course, there will be a huge selection of beers and ciders available - and a gin bar this year.

Gates open from 5pm on Friday and then from midday on Saturday and Sunday.

For more, and to book tickets, visit the website at www.spaldingfestival.co.uk or visit the Facebook page (search for Spalding Festival).

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