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Poole Harbour Festival

Live music, street food, stunning views and a family friendly atmosphere – this year’s Poole Harbour Festival is sure to be a highlight of your summer calendar.

The two-day fun fest at Baiter Park blends local acts with the UK’s top tribute bands. There are two stages for more than 30 performances; Oasis (Oasish), Stereophonics (Stereotonics), the Red Hot Chilli Peppers (Really Hot Chili Peppers) and The Jilted Generation will be on hand to entertain with sing-along favourites.

And, by day, there will be plenty of fun and games for children. Characters including Peppa Pig, the Minions and Elsa from Frozen will roam the festival site making sure young revellers are having a fine time.

There will also be arts and crafts workshops, a chance to try your hand at circus skills and even a fire-breathing demo.

The live music programme starts at lunchtime each day and will run on two stages until 10pm on Saturday and 9pm on Sunday.

“We wanted to do something the whole family can enjoy together, that doesn’t finish too late but gives everyone a great day and a fun-packed night out,” says Poole Harbour Festival organiser Ben Dyas.

Other confirmed music acts include Black Water County, Saints of Sin, Remedy Sounds, SN Dubstation and Lady Winwood’s Maggot. The second stage will feature the Mother Ukers, Matt Black, Lewis Jordon Brown and Rock ‘n’ Blues Co.

As well as fine artisan foods, local ales and ciders will be flowing the infamous Beer Tent; and, while the weather forecast is fine, the bar and stage area will be all undercover just in case.

It’s the perfect way to kickstart your summer holidays so don’t miss out; grab a ticket today.

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Advance tickets are on sale now, priced £5 (£3 kids, £13 family). Under fives go free.

Buy tickets today at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/poole-harbour-festival-tickets-26137004484.

Poole Harbour Festival
Saturday July 30, Sunday July 31 2016
Baiter Park, Poole



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