We’ve got a pair of weekend tickets to giveaway for Cheshire Fest, which returns to Cheadle Hulme this summer with a packed-programme of family entertainment, live music, food and drink.
The two-day family-friendly festival is twice as big this year, featuring the region’s finest new talent and a fantastic line-up of the UK’s best tribute acts across both days.
The main stage will host leading tributes to the Killers, Kasabian, Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Queen, Pink and The Rolling Stones.
The Fillers and Kazabian will play on Saturday 1 June when the ‘Big Hitters’ theme promises a line-up of rock ‘n’ roll, indie pop and festival favourite inspired artists. They join headliners Kings Ov Leon, along with The Phonics (Stereophonics) and Tina Turner tribute Totally Tina. The Sunday line-up includes The Stones and Vicky Jackson as Pink, Queen tribute Flash, Bruno – A Tribute To Bruno Mars and Little Mix tribute band Little Fix.
In addition to the Main Stage line-up the festival has added an acoustic stage with a line-up of more than 20 homegrown talent and rising stars of music performing a mix of original material and well-known classics.
The line-up includes Mancunian Indie folk artist David Gorman with a set featuring catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics, mixed with delicate guitar; singer songwriter Jack Woodward, who released his second EP Higher to acclaim in 2018; rising star Jess Kemp, whose music has been featured on BBC Introducing and Radio 2; while Chris Tavener promises witty lyrics and a vintage sound.
Other acts programmed include guitarist and songwriter Joel Gardner; The Bright Black with irresistible indie, soul and funk; Indie singer songwriter Drew Selby; singer-songwriter Lyza; acoustic singer Sam Lyon, who has supported X Factor winner Matt Cardle on tour; acoustic singer songwriter Jordan Philips; John Dhali with his indie soul sounds; folk rock duo Waiting For Bob; and Kieran Dobson & The State, inspired by Talking Heads, Nick Cave, and The Smiths.
The new stage zone is set amongst deckchair seating, hay bales and bunting, offering festivalgoers the chance to chill-out in relaxing family friendly environment.
Other attractions at Cheshire Fest 2019 include an all-new Play Park with fair rides and Kids Stage featuring live entertainment for young festivalgoers; Street Food Village offering a wide choice of international cuisines; Gin Garden, Prosecco Bar, and cask ale and craft beer relaxation areas.
For details visit www.cheshirefest.co.uk
We have a pair of weekend tickets to giveaway for Cheshire Fest weekend on 1 and 2 June 2019 at Manchester Rugby Club, Cheadle Hulme. For a chance to win email your full name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org with Cheshire Fest in the subject line. Or enter on social media by retweeting and following @quayslife and/or sharing our competition and liking our QuaysLife page on Facebook. Competition closes at noon on Friday 5 April 2019.