As the summer music festival scene gets into full swing, organisers of a Scarborough Family Music Festival are anticipating that their fifth festival will be another sell out success.
The Staxtonbury Family Music Festival takes place at Manor Farm, Staxton from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July and will showcase over 70 bands and artists including headline acts Soul Rida , My Forever, Grand Urge, Friday Street and the top York band HUGE.
Organiser Ray Roberts is urging people to book early; "We have sold out for the last four years, so please book early to avoid disappointment. We have just about all the best bands in North Yorkshire and probably the best singers in the county are lined up to appear at some point over the weekend - it's going to be the best yet."
There is free camping and plenty to do for all the family. Award-winning Hunmanby brewery, Wold Top Brewery, will be providing beer for a Real Ale bar that features its new beer, Humber Light and there will be a food festival, arts and crafts workshops, cookery and zumba demonstrations for the adults. Meanwhile the children will be kept amused by top children's entertainer Magic Mike plus tennis coaching, bouncy castles and slides, waterbalz and a climbing wall. New this year is a 'ladies' chill out corner' featuring clothing and jewellery stalls, a clairvoyant and massage therapist.
Adult tickets cost £16 on Friday, £26 on Saturday and £6 for the Sunday afternoon session. Tickets are fast selling out and are not on sale at the gate on Friday or Saturday. For more information about the festival and to book, visit www.staxtonbury.com
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