Necton music festival returns for second year

PUBLISHED: 14:41 19 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:41 19 July 2018

Necton will host its second ever music festival on Saturday. Picture: John Hocknell.

Necton will host its second ever music festival on Saturday. Picture: John Hocknell.

This Saturday sees the return of the Necton music festival for its second year.

The festival is raising money for the Necton Rural Community Centre and has added a new acoustic lounge which will feature local artists

The main stage boasts a number of musicians such as singers Chris Manly and Lisa Collier and tribute bands UKBlondie and britpop band Counterfeit Brits.

Local rock band Renegade twelve will also be performing on the main stage, while the Shipdham scrapers and Reuben Ard will both play in the new acoustic lounge.

A hog roast will take place thanks to Necton Butchers and Really Awesome Coffee Norwich will be there to supply hot beverages.

Weather is expected to be scorching in Necton this weekend and tickets are available to purchase from Necton Stores, The Necton Windmill, Necton Butchers or online for £15.

Tickets are also available on the gate for £20 at the event on Tun’s Road.

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