Curry Rivel Live 2017 Update

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Curry Rivel Live 2017

Curry Rivel Live 2017 Sat 17th June

A small festival packed with a big punch, Curry Rivel Live is in its 5th year and this one day local micro festival is a sure fire way to kick start the festival season.
With live music from 1pm through until midnight this festival hosts a wide repertoire of music across two stages featuring Dance classics, Rockabilly, Blues, Electro Swing, Jazz, Acoustic Rock and even Disney mashups!

Surrounding the stages will be a selection of stalls offering an array of products including handmade goods, toys, sweets, gifts and festival themed goodies.
The Children's area will include Circus workshops, face-painting, inflatable rides, walk around characters, the local fire engine plus much more. This festival has everything you need for a fantastic day out with the family. The Blue Ridge Runners with their American Classic cars & Bikes will be displayed for the 2nd year running and the infamous long top bar and hot food served all day along with the fantastic line up announced below.

Line Up: RUMPSTEPPERS — Filta — The Rocker Covers — Swampgrass — Disney Rascal — Brassic — Howard & Badman (aka Andy Badman & Liam Howard — Joe Chitt — Issie.

To get your festival season going grab your tickets online at:
The Bristol Ticket Shop (search 'Curry Rivel Live 2017') or via our outlets; The Bow Street Barbers, Langport — The Hair Lodge, Langport. (OUTLET TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE SOON. We are also hoping to have tickets available in The Post Office — Curry Rivel TBC)

For more info and all terms and conditions visit: www.championmusicgroup.co.uk

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