After a successful sold out tour last year, and with the added double whammy of a hugely popular three day festival, Fake Festivals is coming back to its Isle roots.
On Saturday July 18 the UK’s only touring tribute festival will be calling at Carrside playing field in Epworth with an amazing line-up of local support bands and headlining tribute bands.
Tributes to Queen, Oasis and Coldplay will be smashing up the main stage, bringing the festival spirit with their uncanny likeness and voices.
Festival licencee Ian Brittain said: “Fake Festivals is coming home to Epworth this year, and we’re so excited.
“It has been a couple of years since we had a festival in the Isle, and it’s great to be bringing it back to its roots.”
Fake Festivals was set up by local business man Jez Lee, from Owston Ferry back in 2007 with one festival in Haxey. The festival brand is now the UK’s only touring tribute festival that travels across the UK every summer, bringing a great day of live music to small communities.
Early bird tickets are on sale already until June 18, and are priced as - adult £16.50, young person (10-17years) £9, family (2x adult 2x young person) £42, children 0-9 years go free.
Tickets can be purchased directly through the Fake Festivals website at click here