Don’t miss Beck Fest
Published at 11:09, Thursday, 07 April 2011
TICKETS for Beck Fest 2011 go on sale next week.
The festival runs from August 12 to 14 at The White Mare Hotel in Beckermet and will feature over 45 acts across three stages.
Tickets, priced £20 for the whole weekend, go on sale from 9am on Friday, April 15. The line-up will be announced in The Whitehaven News in the coming weeks.
The open age event sold-out last year so music fans are advised to buy their tickets early. A pre-sale takes place on April 13 exclusively for members of The Mighty Boof’s website www. mightyboofpromotions.com.
Tickets are then available from The White Mare (01946 841246), Threads (01946 690008) or online at www.mightyboofpromotions.com or www.threads-clothing.com.
A MUSICAL charity fundraiser is to take place.
The Whitehaven Male Voice Choir, with soloists Gillian Rothery and Vanessa Cowley, perform on Friday, April 15 at St Mary’s RC Church, Egremont (7.30pm).
Proceeds go to the charities nominated by mayor Mike McVeigh – The Huntington’s Disease Association and The Alzheimer’s Society.
Tickets, costing £3.50, are on sale in Egremont Methodist Church, St Mary’s RC Church and St Mary and St Michael’s CofE Church or on 01946 820703.
Published by http://www.whitehavennews.co.uk
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