Dronfest line-up confirmed

1st June 2018

The line-up for this year's Dronfest on 4 August 2018 is confirmed.

Dronfield's community music festival, which raises valuable funds for local charities including Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, will be showcasing the best of local and regional talent throughout the afternoon and evening. With acts Doomsday Outlaw and Jungle Lion already announced, the headline act, Mr Tea and the Minions, has been confirmed to play at the end of the evening. Other popular acts, EZIO, Johnny and the Moondogs, Liberty Ship, Badlands, Firecracker and Ribeye will also be on stage from 1.30 in the afternoon. Festival organiser, John Aspinall said: -This year's Dronfest is set to be one of the best yet. A fantastic day out for music lovers, families and anyone who wants to enjoy what we hope will be the best of the summer and having a great time with friends and family. Early bird tickets are only on sale until this Sunday, 27 May, so we suggest people grab theirs now. -It's worth snapping up a ticket quickly as we're automatically entering anyone who buys an early bird ticket into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to see George Ezra at Don Valley Bowl. This includes everyone who has already bought an early bird ticket and everyone who buys one from now until 27 May. On the day there will be food and drink stalls, massages, hair styling, a clairvoyant, henna tattoos and a tombola. All proceeds from drinks sales will go to the nominated charities. Families will be able to enjoy bouncy castles, inflatable games, face painting, ice cream, a children's workstation and a treasure hunt. Tickets are £14 per adult including one child aged 8-15, £10 for over 65s and £5 for children aged 8-15. Under eights get in free if accompanied by an adult. To buy tickets please visit dronfest.co.uk/#tickets To find out how you can help Bluebell Wood and the 250 children they care for both at the hospice and in the community, please visit www.bluebellwood.org.

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