Langtoft Festival 2019: a new event with music from Porky Pig, March to the Grave, Black Hawk Down, Pennyless and Filthy Contact
A line up of bands has been booked for a new festival taking place next month.
The first ever Langtoft Festival will feature two music stages with March to the Grave, Porky Pig, Pennyless, Black Hawk Down, W45 and Filthy Contact, as well as the Millennium Gospel Choir and the Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding.
In addition, there will be entertaining performances in the festival marquee, including an evening show by poet, broadcaster, comedian and Bard of Barnsley Ian McMillan along with Olympic music composer and performer Luke Carver Goss.
Family entertainment includes magicians, a nature corner and children’s entertainers.
The not-for-profit event, which will have a fully licensed bar and festival-style food, is on Friday July 12 from 7.30-10.30pm and Saturday July 13 from 10am until 11pm. It takes place on the playing fields off Manor Close.
Tickets are £5 for the festival or £12.50 plus £1 booking fee to see Ian McMillan and Luke Carver Goss.To find out more and to book, click here.