Early Bird Tickets Still Available for Music in the Park
The Bowie Experience is just one of the amazing tribute acts which will be performing at this year’s Music in the Park.
This hugely popular family music festival will take place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th July at King George V Playing Fields in Farnborough. Tickets can be purchased from www.pth.org.uk/music-in-the-park. They are priced at £25 until 31st May and £30 thereafter, but will be higher on the day. Tickets for children aged 5-12 years are £2.50 and under 5’s are free.
This year’s line-up includes ‘Legends’ night on the Saturday, featuring tribute acts Totally Blondie, The Bowie Experience and The Marley Experience. Sunday’s ‘Rock & Roll Party’ features music from tribute acts to Elvis, The Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison and Brenda Lee.
Organised by the Rotary Club of Farnborough, Music in the Park raises vital funds to support local hospice care charity Phyllis Tuckwell, which provides supportive and end of life care for local patients and families who are living with an advanced or terminal illness such as cancer.
“Tickets are selling fast, so make sure to buy yours soon,” said Laura Moody, Income Generation Innovation Manager at Phyllis Tuckwell. “The weekend promises an amazing array of bands and singers not to be missed! Our thanks once again go to the Rotary Club of Farnborough for their continued support in organising this brilliant weekend of music and dancing. Special thanks also go to our headline sponsors Farnborough Airport, Herrington Carmichael, RM Carpets, Branston Adams, and The Village Hotel.”
All of the money raised by Music in the Park will go directly to help fund the care which Phyllis Tuckwell provides. Every day it supports over 250 patients, relatives and carers – in their own homes, in the community, at the Hospice in Farnham and at the Beacon Centre in Guildford – through medical and nursing care, therapies, counselling, social work advice and practical support. However, as the NHS/Government usually only covers about 20% of its costs, it has to raise over £25,000 a day, and therefore relies heavily on fundraising events such as this.
Buy your tickets now at www.pth.org.uk/music-in-the-park