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The Ultimate Manchester Music Festival comes to Warrington This June!
Popular Warrington music festival Glastonferry have teamed up with North West music promoters GS Promotions to present Glastonferry In The Park, a sensational one day tribute festival taking place at Warrington Bank Park on Saturday 22nd June.
The 5000 capacity one day music event brings the sounds of Manchester’s biggest bands to one of Warrington’s most iconic locations. Headlining will be the hugely popular Stone Roses tribute band The Clone Roses. One of the UK’s longest running and most celebrated tributes, The Clone Roses have spent the past two decades selling out venues nationwide with their amazingly accurate renditions of Stone Roses classics.
The full festival line-up includes tributes to some of Manchester’s most legendary bands including Oas-is, The Smiths Ltd, Appy Mundays, The James Experience, The Courtbetweeners and The Verve Experience. Mr Manchester himself Clint Boon will be spinning the tunes on the day alongside host and compere DJ Dave Sweetmore.
Tickets for Glastonferry In The Park will be on sale from 10am on Saturday 2nd February at www.glastonferry.com with limited early bird tickets priced at only £25 and £30 for luxury toilet access. For full festival information visit www.glastonferry.com
Strictly over 18’s only
Every person attending must have a valid ticket AND genuine photo ID. BOTH must be produced to gain entry to the event. Photocopy of ID is accepted.
No person is allowed to bring their own food or drink. However the food and drink on offer from the festival’s traders inside the main arena is diverse and of the highest quality.
No chairs are allowed to be brought in to the event, rugs and blankets are fine.
Glastonferry operates a no re-admission policy. Once you leave the event after you have entered you can NOT re-enter. Entry can only be gained with a ticket that is fully intact of its stub and photo ID
VIP toilet tickets only available from www.ticketline.co.uk
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