Hucknall’s Titchfield Park set for music extravaganza

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Don’t miss the event of the summer in Hucknall’s Titchfield Park on Saturday.

More than 1,000 people from across the country will be descending upon the town centre beauty spot to enjoy the very first Hucknall Fake Festival.

Organiser Stuart Mather told the Dispatch: “I’m starting to get really excited.

“Everybody I’ve spoken to has been so supportive, its been an amazing experience.

“We have sold lots of tickets to residents of Hucknall but also tickets to people all over the UK, from Manchester to Milton Keynes, Stoke to Suffolk.

“We have a great local acts performing during the day and then three of the world’s best tribute acts in the evening.

“The weather forecast looks great so I think we have a recipe for a brilliant day.Tickets are available online at or visit ticket outlets at many Hucknall shops.

Tickets are priced at £17.50 Adult, £10 Young and £45 family until 10am Saturday morning. After that we will have a limited number of tickets available on the door priced £22.50 Adult, £12.50 Young and £60 family.

Doors will open on the day at 12:30pm with the first band, local legends Stagefright, hitting the stage at 1:10pm. Music will go on throughout the day until 11:45pm.

Staurt added: “We have a variety of additional entertainment available on the day including bouncy castles, inflatables for the older children (and some adults), a coconut shy and much more.

“We also have a tasty variety of food available and the all important ice cream van.

“We will also be joined on the day by several local organisations including the RSPB, Specsavers and the I Love Hucknall group.

“I’d like to thank everyone that has purchased a ticket or supported the festival by selling tickets and those that have helped us promote it,

especially the Hucknall Dispatch.”