Less than a week to go until…. Headlander……
“…a local festival with a national feel…”
“….Manchester’s very own Glastonbury…”
Have YOU bought your tickets? Don’t miss out on what promises to be an unforgettable weekend of music, fun and camping! Headlander 2014!
As we move into the final week leading up to the festival….the excitement is building!
Imagine FM are broadcasting the event live which brings over 80 acts will be providing 85 hours of music!
Battle of the Bands winner, Pieces of Man, are set to play main stage supporting Toploader….Open Mic entrants are gearing up to belt out their best! Chris Cyprus, Headlander’s artist in residence is preparing his palette to capture the festival on canvas! Traders providing food from around the world are getting their pots and pans ready to fuel the crowds! Folks who are set to stage the family fun days of fun fairs, face painting, theatre arts, Teenage Market, Rockahula girls, inflatable assault course and bouncy castles are all busy getting ready to put on round the clock fun! The list of activities is endless – there truly is something for everyone!
National as well as local bands are spotlighted on both Saturday and Sunday night. The packed line up, headlined by Toploader, Stooshe and The Mend includes acts such as The Rainband, Feud, Purge and fresh on the scene…Kazo.
And the weather’s set to stay…so they say! But if it doesn’t the show goes on! As Headlander is also under cover! With four covered marquees…festival goers are guaranteed a weekend of fun and entertainment!
So if YOU haven’t bought your ticket…get it now! Don’t leave it until the last minute as word has spread fast that Headlander 2014 is the festival to be seen at! With thousands of tickets sold already…they could run out!
Tickets are on sale at retail outlets, on line and at the venue from £10 pp for a day ticket, family fun day tickets at £10 per adult (U16s go free), with charity proceeds donated to Millie’s Trust and OXJAM. You can also buy tickets from Wild Things Softplay centre in Bramhall. Keep up to date with the Headlander Festival by following the event on Twitter or Liking their page on Facebook. Find out more and buy tickets on the Headlander website.