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Here we are creating a list of summer events you could enjoy from surrounding areas. We have tried to keep it within a 30 mile radius.
The events below you can type into Google search or Facebook and find the Full info.
For more events visit the What’s On page and view the Calendar. (Updated weekly)
So I’ve been searching about to bring you some local alternatives to a festival experience and it just so happens there are a few festivals not so far away. These festivals are all set in or close to Lincolnshire.
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A Perfect Day festival is exclusively for people with Disabilities/Learning Disabilities who would struggle to go to a mainstream festival.
More bands/artists to be announced.
The Line up so far:
Scribble Victory – Acoustic Folk Pop
Digital Criminals – Alternative/Hard Rock Pop
Talk In Code – Indie Pop Rock
Kingfisher Blue – Folk Rock
The Last Hearts – Alternative Rock
Interpretation – Electro Acoustic
The Attics – Alternative Rock
Peculiar Blue – Acoustic Indie
Chain of Fools – Acoustic Covers
Unofficial Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – Melodic Hard Rock
The Dirty Pitchers Britpop Covers
If there is anything you would like to see at the festival, band/artist/genre or have any questions then get in touch with the festival via Facebook.
The festival are also seeking sponsorship and stall holders for the event.
We are still looking for sponsors!! You could get your company logo on the poster, when the line up is complete we will print posters and flyers, please get in touch if you are interested, and get in touch if you would like a stall at the event, we have a big field! we can accommodate you!
The festival will be held on August 11th at Carbourne Parva in Lincolnshire (Market Rasen)
The very first Northern Sky festival will take place at The Baths Hall over the weekend of the 3 & 4 September. Three stages of great live music.
Richard Hawley will headline the festival on Saturday, 3 September. He is known as one of Britain’s greatest songwriters of the past 15 years and in February completed a UK tour which included a sensational stop off at The Baths Hall. He found success in the 1990s in indie band The Longpigs before starting a successful solo career which has seen him nominated for a Mercury Music Prize twice and a Brit Awards once. Last year he released new album ‘Hollow Meadows’. Continue reading NEW: Northern Sky festival In Scunthorpe
It seems stupid to review Party In The Pines because well if you weren’t there to experience it, where the hell were you? For everyone that did turn up local and from far and wide, well done and thank you for supporting this growing local festival.
Situated in countryside and woods on a private clearing between Appleby and Broughton, the venue itself is just atmospheric in itself but once it started filling up it went off the scale.
Pines this time decided to go for some variety with the Main stage being indie based, the Fortress stage bringing you alternative and also an acoustic and dance tent. I did wonder how this would all fit in and if there would be sound clashes but once each individual stage was going you could only hear the one you stood in front of. Continue reading Review // Party In The Pines 2015 (Albums & Videos)
Party In The Pines is almost here.
The Party In The Pines team are running a VIP COMPETITION to win 2 tickets & backstage passes (which means you could get the chance to meet The Enemy) and you will also win x2 Brand new 2015 Party In The Pines T-shirts. Continue reading VIP COMPETITION TIME // PARTY IN THE PINES 2015
Press release – Monday, 6 July
First annual Northern Lincolnshire Food & Drink Festival to take place on Sunday, 19 July
The first annual Northern Lincolnshire Food and Drink Festival will take place at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe on Sunday, 19 July.
SMG Europe has teamed up with celebrity chef Colin McGurran, and his restaurant Winteringham Fields, to bring together a family-friendly event which will help educate and entertain people from across the region. The event will take place between 11am and 4pm and entry is free.
There will be around 30 stalls with food and beverage suppliers from around the region attending and Colin McGurran will be on hand to judge competitions, take part in demonstrations and answer questions from the audience in the venue’s auditorium.
Local businesses attending the event include The Pink Pig, Uncle Henrys, Red Hill Farm, Mr Huda, Yorkshire Chillies from Haxby, Jamaican Delight from Leeds and Scunthorpe Bee Keepers Society, who will be bringing live bee hives on the day. Crunchy Critters from Derby will be bringing edible insects, while the Spotted Dog Flower Company from Blyton will be doing a talk on edible flowers and how they can be used in the kitchen. We will also have fudge makers, chocolatiers, macaroons, preserves & chutneys, sweets, fruit liqueurs and cupcakes. Roe’s Dairy Farm will be bringing their vintage ice cream trailer serving traditional ice cream.
We will also have a culinary kids zone, where we will be encouraging young people to get their hands messy in a creative way. With hands on cookery workshops and chances to make and taste food, our chefs will be testing the children’s knowledge on food and teaching them about cooking and all about the ingredients that go into making each dish. Ruth from Wooden Spoon and Whisk Ltd will be making soups and smoothies with the children and teaching them about fun and healthy eating, as well as teaching safe chopping techniques and kitchen skills.
There will also be a Plum Bread competition and, in an ode to BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, the venue will be encouraging people to make an edible omelette on The Baths Hall’s stage as quickly as possible.
A spokesman for The Baths Hall said: “Whether they are young or old, male or female, visitors will learn about food and drink, as well as enjoy the tastes, smells and sounds. We want to show off the science behind sausages, the brains behind bread and the craft behind cupcakes.”
The first annual Northern Lincolnshire Food and Drink Festival will take place at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe on Sunday, 19 July between 11am and 4pm. For further details visit http://www.bathshall.co.uk
Ticket price includes: All Day/Night Entry, Free Parking & Camping. Continue reading August Festival // Party In The Pines 2015