The Reepham Festival will be going ahead as planned this weekend, 6–7 August, and the festival team is hoping for a sell-out on the day.
Early ticket sales were a little slow but have picked up again as the event grows nearer.
There may be tickets available on the day at the gate, but the organisers are encouraging people to book ahead via the website to ensure they can get in, as gate sales will stop when the maximum capacity of the field is reached.
Tickets are £35 per adult with tickets for children under 16 just £1 (children must be accompanied by an adult) and can be purchased via the Reepham Festival website.
Entry to the main venue on Saturday is via the Rookery Farm entrance (off Church Street), which will be signposted on the day.
Parking will be available at the high school (Whitwell Road) and Stimpson’s Piece (Bartle Court, off Station Road).
The headline act is Neville Staple (from The Specials), which will be the culmination of Saturday’s programme in the festival field with music of all genres, ranging from pop and ballads to hard rock, reggae and ska.
Festival favourites Walkway and Jeramiah Ferrari will be making a return appearance, along with bands from both near and far.
On Sunday, the music festival moves to Whitwell Station and The Crown with bands performing from lunchtime onwards.
Ticketholders have free entry to the Sunday venues and Sunday-only tickets can be purchased for just £12 on the door.
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