Dronfest set list revealed

19th July 2018

Dronfest 2018 has unveiled set times for this year's festival on Saturday 4 August at Cliffe Park, Dronfield.

The annual music event raises money for local charities, including Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice. This year's bands will feature as follows: Main stage: 12.40 13.10 The Shoals 13.30 14.00 Johnny and the Moondogs 14.20 15.00 Liberty Ship 15.20 16.00 Badlands 16.35 17.15 Doomsday Outlaw 17.40 18.20 Firecracker 19.00 19.40 Ribeye 20.30 21.30 Jungle Lion Headliners: 21.50 23.00 Mr Tea and The Minions The other stage: 12.15 12.40 The Sheffield Sick Notes 13.10 13.30 Oliver Lee Barrett 14.00 14.20 Katy Bosworth ft. Cary Baylis 15.00 15.20 Jacob Cook 16.00 16.35 Henderson 17.15 17.40 Jayrar 18.20 19.00 Tommy R Jones 19.40 20.30 EZIO Festival organiser John Aspinall said: -Dronfest 2018 will be bigger and better than ever before, with fantastic acts from across the region performing throughout the day and evening. -There will be all kinds of entertainment across the day to keep everyone happy, with food and drink, massages, hair styling, a clairvoyant and henna tattoos. For families there will be bouncy castles, inflatable games, face painting, ice cream, children's workstation and a treasure hunt. -With proceeds going to help the families supported by Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, and other charities, not only will everyone have a fantastic day out, but also backing some really worthwhile causes. Advanced Tickets are £17.50 per adult including one child aged 8-15, £12 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 On the Day Prices are £20.00 per adult including one child aged 8-15, £15 for over 65s and £5 for children aged 8-15. Under eights get in free if accompanied by an adult. To find out how you can help Bluebell Wood and the 290 children they care for both at the hospice and in the community, please visit www.bluebellwood.org.

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