25 Aug 2018 14:00 - 25 Aug 2018 22:30
Huntingdon Racecourse, PE28 4NL

Email: eachfest@each.org.uk

Name: Lesa Barker

Phone: 01223 800804

The first ever EACH FEST will take place on Saturday 25 August, featuring some of the best music from the last five decades!

Our 2018 headliner is the world famous Bjorn Again, performing the greatest hits of ABBA, supported by Supreme Queen, The Rolling Stones Now and The 2FBS Band. They all look, sound and move like the real stars – you have to see it to believe it!

We promise a great festival experience while you help us raise the funds we need to continue our vital work with children, young people and their families.

Our venue is a safe, secure, accessible and friendly site with an environment which caters for the whole family. Make it a fun packed day out with fantastic music, food and drink. We also have a family corner providing entertainment for all ages.


The inspiration behind EACH FEST

During the last five years, EACH has been organising mini festivals to provide young people with a social opportunity they might not otherwise be able to access and experience. These events include a variety of activities such as mocktail-making, musical workshops, arts and craft, artists and entertainers, all designed to give the young people a taste of a festival vibe. By purchasing a ticket you will be helping us reach even more children who need our care, and you’ll get to be involved in this brilliant event taking you on a trip down musical memory lane!

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