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Bingham BFest back with a bang after successful debut

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Bingham BFest is set to return this July following a successful first event last year.

The popular music festival, organised by Butt Field Sports Committee for the people of Bingham, will be back with a bang on Saturday, July 9.

Funds raised from Bingham BFest will go towards the up-keep of the Butt Field Sports Club in Bingham, which is currently used by Bingham Town Youth Club and Bingham Town Cricket Club.

The event itself will be held at Butt Field in Bingham and will feature a mixture of bands from across the East Midlands.

To give BFest an overwhelming finale the closing headline act for this year’s festival will be Ben: Michael Jackson.

Described as one of the most accurate and exciting UK tributes to the King of Pop, Ben will be joined on stage by his incredible band and dancers as they relive all of Michael Jackson’s top hits.

Alongside this top tribute act, BFest will feature another stage in the Butt Field Sports Club which will showcase acoustic artists and up and coming acts from the local area.

To accompany the great music, there will be plenty of activities taking place throughout the day including fair rides, face painting, food stalls and both an outside and inside bar.

Discounted early bird tickets for the event have just gone on sale and will be priced at £17.50 for adults, £10 for under 12s or a family ticket for £47.50. Children aged five years and under will go free.

All of the prices above will include a booking fee and can be purchased online at www.binghamfestival.co.uk or www.buttfieldsportsclub.org.uk


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