BRAMHALL’s foremost musical event of the year is promising a great weekend out with a variety of attractions for all the family
The second annual Headlander Festival, held at Stockport Rugby Club, Headlands Road, will this year host live jazz, reggae, rock, blues and acoustic lounge sessions on its four stages.
The festival, which includes family entertainment, will also feature a trade village, silent disco, theatre groups, battle of the bands, music workshops, a funfair, a skate park an open microphone competition.
The event will be include Stooshe , The Mend and Toploader, who will be supported by 75 Acts, providing 80 hours of live music
The two day festival can be attended purely as family fun until 6pm with a variety of ticket options
The weekend is to help raise money for Oxjam and Millie’s Trust.
For more details and/or to get tickets visit www.headlanderfestival.co.uk
Tipped to be yet another sell out event, taking place this year on 21st and 22nd June, Headlander draws together crowds from across the northwest to enjoy what is set to become one of the region’s leading music and entertainment festival.
Staged to provide affordable entertainment for the whole family, the festival takes place in the 15 acre grounds of Stockport Rugby Club, with 4 marquees that will be buzzing the whole weekend long!
For further information including the line up for each day, how to get tickets and opportunities to Volunteer visit the website http://www.headlanderfestival.co.uk/