More than 40 bands sign up to play Create festival
THE full line-up of acts appearing at this year’s Create music festival has been announced.
The free music event is expected to attract more than 5,000 to Ashford’s Victoria Park on Sunday, July 25.
Create Festival 2010 is sponsored by Ashford Borough Council, Right Track Music School, Audio Energy and Regency Marquees. There will be four music stages, with more than 40 bands from near and far selected to perform.
Green Day tribute act Green Date will be headlining the Audio Energy main stage, while singer songwriter Nic Bennett will bring his blend of indie and folk to the Regency Event Far Out stage.
Ashford’s indie rock band Flat Lung will be performing on the Right Track Music stage.
There will also be a set of spin masters on the DJ Annexe Stage headlined by Adam White, as well as a hog roast and barbe- cue, food stalls, funfair and fun and games.
Artist Oliver Winconek will also be doing a live painting on the day.
There will also be a beer tent and cocktail bar on site all day.
People are welcome to bring their own food and drink, but to make the event is safe for all, no glass bottles will be allowed on site, and manned gates will be set up to ensure no glass is brought in.
Visit www.myspace.com/ createfestival or contact Chris Dixon, arts development, at Chris.Dixon@ashford.gov.uk
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