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Little Glastonboro 2024

22 June 2024

Saturday 22 June 2024
1pm - 10pm

Littleborough Cricket Club
Denhurst Road
OL15 9LD


A music festival based in the village of Littleborough; featuring up-and-coming artists, top tribute acts, local bands and community groups.

After the success of 2023, they are gearing up for an even bigger and better experience on Saturday 22 June.

The festival has 2 stages meaning you can enjoy a constant supply of top-class music!

This year there is a special guest from the dance music scene headlining the festival that will have you moving and grooving. Ultrabeat!

  • Boomin
  • Stax of Soul
  • The Madchester Experience
  • Kings of Rock by Thunder Hammer
  • Jackson Kay Band
  • Girlz World (tribute to Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Katy Perry & Lady Gaga)

The kid's zone will include, magic & kids comedy shows with Steve Royle, Sublime Science and Emma's Crazy Creatures. There will be bouncy castles, face painting and much more!

There will also be a food village which will consist of top local food vendors keeping all the hungry festival-goers happy throughout the day: Bombay Brew, El Fuego, Tortas De Pingino, Phow, Qurik Catering Van, Tony's Ice Cream Van and Benjamin's Italian.

Ticket prices (Final release):

  • Adult ticket, £30.00
  • Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children), £70
  • Child's ticket (age 6-15), £10
  • Children 5 and under go free

All ticket prices include a booking fee.

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