People wanting to attend this year’s Hucknall Fake Festival are being warned that there is less than a week left to get their early-bird tickets.
The day-long festival takes place at Titchfield Park on Saturday 31st May and showcases three of the UK’s best tribute bands - Oasish, Really Hot Chili Peppers and Kings of Lyon.
Supporting them are Nottinghamshire bands Captain Dangerous, The Sons, Layby, The Wonderers and Hucknall’s very own The CTRL.
Early bird tickets are priced at just £15 for an adult until Wednesday 30th April.
Organiser Stuart Mather said: “Not only do you get to see a full day of music in Hucknall and a free drink if you arrive before 2pm, but you’ll also get a free ticket to the spectacular three-day Big Fake Festival taking place at Thoresby Park in September.”
Hucknall Fake Festival tickets can be purchased online at www.fakefestivals.com or in any of the following outlets: Birchdale News, Birchdale Avenue, Bransons in Watnall Rd, Lawrence Severn & Sons in High Street, R & D News in Annesley Road, LW Cottons in Nabbs Lane and at the Nottingham Tourism Centre in Smithy Row.
Early-bird prices (until April 30th) – Adult £15, Young (10-17) £8, Family (two adult, two young) £38, Child (0-9) free. Advanced prices (1st-30th May) – Adult £20, Young (10-17) £10, Family (two adult, two young) £50, Child (0-9) free.
Door entry (May 31st) - Adult £25, Young (10-17) £15, Family (two adult, two young) £70, Child (0-9) free.