Festival season begins in King’s Lynn with Festival Too

PUBLISHED: 10:55 30 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:55 30 June 2018

Festival Too in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Festival Too in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Festival season has well and truly begun in King’s Lynn and it all kicks off with the first weekend of Festival Too.

On Saturday, June 30, the town centre will be filled with street entertainment during the day which will carry on into the night in King’s Staithe Square.

From 8pm the quayside square will be filled with food stalls, children’s rides and live music from local bands and will be compered by Emily Blake, Miss International Curve 2018.

The evening will end with a spectacular firework display at 10.30pm across the River Ouse in West Lynn.

On Sunday, July 1, the action stays on King’s Staithe Square with an afternoon of Americana, roots and country music with performances by Sam Coe & The Long Shadows, Morganway and Rosalie’s Lover.

Headlining the second weekend of the festival in the Tuesday Market Place is Pixie Lott, on Saturday, July 7, with The Darkness to headline the final weekend on Saturday, July 14.

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