Local support artists are announced for Cleethorpes Fake Festival

The Fake Festival trucks are preparing to load up and embark on yet another tour of the UK with their unique touring tribute festival, and they will once again be calling in at Meridian Park in Cleethorpes, on Saturday, 13th June.

The Fake Festival trucks are preparing to load up and embark on yet another tour of the UK with their unique touring tribute festival, and they will once again be calling in at Meridian Park in Cleethorpes, on Saturday, 13th June.

The Fake Festival stage will yet again play host to five local support bands who have been lucky enough to earn their spot at this year’s event. With hundreds of applicants, the five bands have been carefully selected by the Fake Festival team whose sole purpose is to bring a day of fantastic live music and fun to the famous Fake Festival marquee.

The five chosen supports for this year are The Brookes, Casanova, Not Tonight and the Headaches, Soundhouse and The Idles.

Opening this year’s Cleethorpes Fake Festival, is Cleethorpes very own, The Brookes. They are a four piece garage rock ‘n’ roll band, who take their influences from the last three decades, to produce their take on modern day rock ‘n’ roll.

Having recently received national radio airplay on BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens’ show, Casanova, also from Cleethorpes, will be entertaining the crowd with their set of original tunes in the afternoon. The five piece indie/alternative band, have received great praise from the music industry, so make sure you catch them now before they hit the national arenas.

On a mission to resurrect pop punk, Not Tonight and the Headaches will be storming the main stage with their strong sounds and memorable lyrics. Be prepared for some loud noise and exciting stage presence.

Continuing the party theme will be Soundhouse a female-fronted rock covers band who will be bringing you songs from the likes of Skunk Anansie, Alanis Morrisette, Foo Fighters and Biffy Clyro to name a few.

Warming you up for the main tribute bands are Cleethorpes’ very own The Idles, an energetic band that specialise in upbeat indie covers. Make sure your singing voices are in order and get ready to party as these guys just don’t stop.

Early bird tickets are on sale until 13th May, and are priced as:

  • Adult £16.00
  • Young Person (10-17years) £9.00
  • Family (2 x adult 2 x Young Person) £41.00
  • Children 0-9 years FREE

From 14th May tickets will be priced as:

  • Adult £21.00
  • Young Person £11.00
  • Family £52.00
  • Children 0-9 years FREE

We are really lucky to have such talented musical artists in the region, and we were not short of applicants this year,” says Matt Cheeseman, license holder for Cleethorpes Fake Festival. “It has again been very difficult to choose just five artists to perform, but we hope we have chosen something for everyone, and we very excited to have them perform on our main stage.

Tickets can be purchased directly through the Fake Festivals website at www.fakefestivals.co.uk. Don’t forget to register for your free ticket to The Big Fake Festival in September after your purchase.

For more information and ticket sales, please visit www.fakefestivals.co.uk

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