Horsham Fake Festival takes place on Saturday, June 4, at the Holbrook Club grounds from 12.30pm with a rocking line-up of world-class tributes to Queen, Foo Fighters and The Jam.
Promising to be the hottest ticket in town, festival-goers will have the opportunity to enjoy a full day and night of live music inside the huge Fake Festivals marquee.
“2016 celebrates ten years of Fake Festivals,” said Matt Russell, licensee for Horsham Fake Festival.
“It promises to be a fabulous day of live music and celebrations, and we can’t wait to start the party. Bring your friends and family, young and old, and catch up with those you haven’t seen in a while. It’s going to be a fun-packed day with the music and bar in the huge marquee, and the entertainments arena just outside with a variety of food stands and games.”
The festival line-up will be: The Supernotes (1.15pm), Borrowed Time (2.10pm), Furious Badgers (3.05pm), Jodie Munday (4pm), Alter Ego (5.05pm), The Jam’d (6.15pm), Four Fighters (8pm) and Flash (9.45pm).
Advanced tickets cost £21 for adults, £11 for young people and £53 for families. Children aged 0-9 years can get in for free.
Tickets can be purchased directly through the Fake Festivals website at www.fakefestivals.co.uk or from the selected retailers listed on the website.
Don’t forget to register for your discounted ticket to The Big Fake Festival in September after your purchase.
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