MORE than 30 acts are lined up to take to the stage in this year’s GlastonBeoley Festival at the Portway, home of Birmingham Solihull Rugby Club.
To be held over the weekend of July 31 and August 1 the event, a major fundraiser for local charities, will feature two big stages and more music in the clubhouse.
“There will also be a pamper area, a market, two bars and food too,” said festival director Debbie Joynes.
The good news comes in the wake of the cancellation of the Morton Stanley Festival in Redditch.
Coming a week after the Solihull Festival with its big name stars, GlastonBeoley offers a more laid back approach to music and features a host of local and homegrown talent.
Early bird tickets are still on offer too and can be booked via the GlastonBeoley Facebook page.
There people will also find access to an outdoor fun music quiz, all designed to boost the festival.
GlastonBeoley has built an enviable reputation over the years and this year’s event, backed by Knights Pharmacists, will be in aid of Redditch Nightstop, Redditch Babybank, Redditch Special Olympics and Noah’s Star.
GlastonBeoley CIC would welcome more backing from local businesses which in turn means the team can support local charities and the thriving local music scene.
Debbie can be contacted on 07833 205463 or on firstname.lastname@example.org
Knights Pharmacy was the first pharmacy in Worcestershire to run Covid vaccinations from their Palmers Road HQ in South Moons Moat.