Early bird tickets for the hottest music festival in Chesterfield this summer end on May 25.
Fake Festival will include world-class tributes to Queen, Oasis and U2 and early bird tickets costing £16.50 are selling fast - so don’t miss out.
Flash, Oasish and New2 will be the main acts, with support from local bands The Nameless, Stand Amongst Giants, Spitfire, Trinity Road and Crackin’ Right Foot, in a full day and night of live music on Saturday, June 25, at Stand Road recreation ground, Chesterfield.
Jez Lee, owner of Fake Festivals, said: “Music festival ticket prices just keep rising and rising, and a lot now offer payment plans as they are so expensive. We have kept our overheads down as much as possible without compromising on quality and standards, and are able to offer our early bird tickets well under £20, which we hope is affordable for everyone.
“With not selling out to large corporations, but keeping Fake Festivals as a community orientated event, we are proud to be able to offer a day that we hope everyone can enjoy, is easily accessible, no parking fees, and low bar prices. We want everyone to come along and have fun without worrying too much about the expense.”
Early bird tickets are priced as follows and are available until May 25: adult - £16.50, young person (10-17 years) - £9, family £42, children (0-10): free.
Tickets and further information available from www.fakefestivals.co.uk