Win 2 x tickets for Cheshire Fest at Manchester Rugby Club on Saturday 1 June
Cheshire Fest makes a welcome return to Manchester Rugby Club this weekend and Frankly My Dear UK is giving away two tickets to one lucky reader.
Taking place on Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June, Cheshire Fest is family fun festival with live performances, children’s play areas and food and drink galore. This year’s event is twice the size of last year with a larger Main Stage, as well as a brand-new Acoustic Stage, fun-filled Kids Stage and Play Park, and the best food and drink from Cheshire and beyond to keep festivalgoers fed and watered all weekend.
This year’s Cheshire Fest also features a fantastic line-up of the UK’s best tribute acts across both days. The Fillers (The Killers) and Kazabian (Kasabian) will play on Saturday 1 June when the Big Hitters theme promises rock ‘n’ roll, indie pop and festival favourite inspired artists. They’ll be joined by headliners Kings Ov Leon (Kings Of Leon), along with The Phonics (Stereophonics) and Totally Tina (Tina Turner).
Meanwhile, The Stones (The Rolling Stones) and Vicky Jackson as Pink take to the Cheshire Fest Main Stage on Sunday 2 June for the Family Favourites line-up, featuring a whole host of all-time music greats for all ages. Get ready to dance as Bruno – A Tribute To Bruno Mars and Little Fix (Little Mix). Critically acclaimed Queen tribute Flash close the weekend programme and will rock the festival ground to a memorable end.
Frankly My Dear UK is giving one lucky reader a chance to win two tickets to Cheshire Fest at Manchester Rugby Club in Cheadle Hulme on Saturday 1 June. Simply follow @FranklyMyDearUK on Twitter and RT the following tweet before 23:59 GMT on Thursday 30 May 2019 to be entered into the prize draw. Terms and Conditions apply.
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Cheshire Fest 2019 take place at Manchester Rugby Club in Cheadle Hulme on Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June. Day tickets and weekend passes are on sale now, and VIP packages are also available.
Donna is the Founder and Editor of Frankly, My Dear UK. By day, she works as a digital marketing specialist, by night she reviews film, theatre and music for a wide range of publications including WhatsonStage and The Reviews Hub. Loves Formula 1, prosecco and life.