Ticket deadline nears for Wentworth Music Festival

By Michael Upton | 22/05/2017

Ticket deadline nears for Wentworth Music Festival
Festival organisers Steve White (left) and Toby Foster (right)

TIME is running out to buy tickets for Wentworth Music Festival.

There will be no on-the-day ticket sales for the day-long event in the grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse on Sunday.

The deadline for buying tickets has extended but the last day to get yours is Thursday, May 25.

The festival will feature more than 40 acts, including the likes of Heaven 17, T’Pau, Lemar, Dodgy and Tony Christie, plus several unsigned bands, comedians and a batch of buskers picked for their 15 minutes of fame after an Advertiser competition.

They include 13-year-old Millie Middleton, Shira Colombick (16), Sydney Barlow (16) brothers Lucas and Finley, teenager Georgia Oliver, duos Better than Six and Absent Average and singer/guitarist/harmonica player Mike McDermott.

For more information and details of the line-up, visit www.wentworthmusicfestival.co.uk.

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