May 31, 2018 Events, Music

Bourne Festival is back for its 16th year this weekend!

The event’s being held on the Wellhead Field in Bourne from June 1 – 3.

Brought to you by Bourne Round Table they’re attempting a very local flavour to the whole three day event. They’ll be showcasing the usual array (100 barrels) of ales and ciders from South Lincolnshire and North Cambridgeshire. In addition they’re introducing some of the American Hoppy ales which are becoming more and more popular!

Also, the stage will be occupied by lots of local, home grown talent. All of the bands and acts are from the local area this year. The Friday headline act is The Brays, supported by Halo. The music starts at 7.15pm

On Saturday live music starts at midday and features headline act Clutching At Straws, supported by Dirty Rumour, Cover it Up, Pennyless and Brothers Grim.

The Sunday session of the Festival also starts at midday and the headliner is Nick Corney & The Buzzrats, supported by Afterlife, Risky Trick, The Spirit and Steve Francis.

To make sure all ages are catered for, other attractions include Roger Tuby’s Funfair, craft stalls, trade stalls, food stands, circus workshop and a wandering magician!

There are more on the line up listed on their website and as with all Round Table events, profits made from the Festival will go to local charities.

Entrance fees as follows: 11’s and over £3 per day. Weekend pass £5. U11’s go free.

For all the information on this and other facts about the event, go to the website on www.bournefestival.com.